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Kobayashi boosted by different car setup

Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi proved satisfied after today's qualifying for the Austrian Grand Prix, seeing that a different car setup appears to be working well. Team mate Marcus Ericsson also saw an improvement but didn't get away from the last position on the grid. Kamui Kobayashi, car #10, chassis CT05-#02, 20th: “Compared to quite a few of the previous races we tried something different with the setup here and that’s given us some real improvements in the car, helping close the gap to our direct rivals and there’s more to come from it at other tracks. As the setup change worked in Austria, a track that is at the lower end in terms of aero sensitivity, we believe it will work even...
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