Will Stevens was left looking for more after a successful F1 debut for Caterham on day one of the in-season Silverstone test.
Stevens, who drives for Strakka Racing in World Series by Renault this year, managed a total of 95 laps with a best lap time of 1:40:627, despite the team's morning session being disrupted by a software glitch on the CT05.
Despite his maiden F1 outing being disrupted, the World Series by Renault driver was left happy with his and the team's work.
“I was feeling comfortable in the car, and with every run we did I felt that we could get more and more out of the car,' Stevens said. 'It was a good day for me; I know Rio and Julian’s run plan tomorrow is similar, so...
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