Despite bringing a whole host of upgrades to Belgium, the Caterham F1 Team continue to see themselves propping up the grid, with Andre Lotterer and Marcus Ericsson qualifying twenty-first and twenty-second.
Grand Prix debutant Lotterer managed to out-qualify his team-mate on his first weekend in any F1 car since being a Jaguar Racing test driver back in 2002. Despite qualifying on the back row of the grid, the German was happy about how his session went, especially the two clean laps he completed at the end of the session that saw him finish the day well ahead of Ericsson, and he feels ready for the race on Sunday.
'This is definitely a speedy way of learning how to drive an F1 car,”...
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