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Will Stevens focused on Caterham 2015 seat

Caterham Racing Academy's Will Stevens believes winning the upcoming Formula Renault 3.5 championship could earn him a seat with Caterham F1 in 2015. This season will mark the Briton's third consecutive FR3.5 title charge; his recent signing means he returns to the helm of a Strakka model after settling for fourth place last year. Speaking to Crash.net, a confident Stevens revealed that the success of 2013 champion, Kevin Magnussen, had set a precedent he hopes to follow. ”We saw with Kevin that winning the championship means we can pitch ourselves forward for a Formula 1 seat”, he said. ”The main priority is for me to reach F1 with them and they are happy with the decision I have...
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