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Caterham Duo Looking to Build on Double Malaysia Finish

The Caterham F1 team arrive in Bahrain having seen both cars finish the Malaysian Grand Prix last weekend, with Kamui Kobayashi finishing thirteenth and Marcus Ericsson one place further back.  They leapfrogged Marussia into the all-important tenth place in the championship in the process. Both drivers are hopeful for a stronger race in Malaysia, while Dutchman Robin Frijns will make his first appearance in a free practice session for the team when he takes over Kobayashi’s car for the first session of the weekend.  All three drivers are looking forward to the weekend ahead in Sakhir, and are ready to build on the promise of Malaysia. Kobayashi knows the reliability of the car seems to...
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