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Caterham's 117 laps a good sign for Renault

Caterham's Markus Ericsson finished off his pre-season testing today by completing 117 laps. For Renault, this proves the progress that has been made in terms of reliablity. Marcus Ericsson, CT05-#02: “I’m very pleased we finished off my pre-season tests with so many laps and I want to thank the team for working so hard last night to fix the car after the problems we had yesterday. The day went exactly to plan – we started with a few short runs to go through some setup options, and then ran very nearly a whole race simulation, including stops, which was just what we wanted to do today. If it hadn’t been for the late red flag just before lunch we’d have finished the whole distance,...
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