Marcus Ericsson on the upcoming Malaysia F1 Grand Prix

Marcus Ericsson on the upcoming Malaysia F1 Grand Prix

Marcus Ericsson, Caterham F1 Team, on the upcoming 2014 Formula 1 Malaysia Grand Prix - I think Malaysia could be a strong weekend for our team

Marcus Ericsson, Caterham F1 Team, on the upcoming 2014 Formula 1 Malaysia Grand Prix - I think Malaysia could be a strong weekend for our team

  • Marcus Ericsson:

    “I can’t wait to get back in the car, especially after having a really good race until the oil pressure problem forced us to stop in Australia. It’s been great to read so many nice comments about what we did in the race after such a bad Friday, but now I want to get on with it again and go straight back to work.

    Sepang’s a track I’ve already raced on, so that’s obviously an advantage over Australia. I really like the heat and have trained hard all through the winter to prepare for races like Malaysia, so I’ll be 100% ready physically, but I’m still just loving being in F1 and for race two to be a home race for Caterham and on a track I know and like, that’s just really good for me. It’ll be great to see how much Caterham means to the Malaysian fans, and I’ve been told the autograph session on Sunday will be one of the real highlights of the year, so there’s a lot to be excited about!"

  • Kamui Kobayashi walking aways from his crashed F1 car in the 2014 Australian F1 Grand Prix

    "We obviously need a stronger weekend on track overall, and I know they guys back at the factory and at Renault have been working flat out to help us do so. Our race pace in Australia was pretty good, but with a full Friday and not having to use FP3 to catch up, I think we can start to unlock the real performance of this year’s car. If we can do that, and with the work being put in by everyone, there’s no reason why we shouldn’t, I think Malaysia could be a strong weekend for our team."

Kamui Kobayashi, Caterham F1 team mate, on the upcoming Malaysia Grand Prix

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