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Caterham ends positive test with electrical issue

Despite becoming Renault's most productive team during this test, Caterham have ended the first 4 days of Bahrain testing with completing just 21 laps due to an electronics issue. Marcus Ericsson, CT05-#02: “It’s clearly not ideal that I couldn’t run more today, but overall I’m pretty happy with how the first Bahrain test has ended. I did nearly 100 laps yesterday and that was really important, giving me time in the car to get used to the systems and start working properly on the tyres. We have a few days now to prepare for the third test and I can’t wait to get back in the car.” Kamui Kobayashi, CT05-#02: “The team worked very hard to fix the electrical issue that cut my...
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