Ericsson: Caterham eyeing 'real progress'
20 August 2014 – Marcus Ericsson has said Caterham is aiming to make "real progress" this weekend in Belgium.
Caterham will have a number of updates for round twelve at Spa-Francorchamps - including a new nose for the CT05, while André Lotterer will replace Kamui Kobayashi in the sister car.
"We're aiming to make real progress in Belgium, and that will make the whole weekend even better for the team and for me," confirmed the 23-year-old.
"We haven't had new parts on the car for quite a while, so to be coming to a track like Spa with a package that gives us a chance to take a step forward, that's a good feeling, but we're taking nothing for granted.
"We have a lot of work ahead of us to get the most out of that parts but everyone is prepared for that and if we achieve what we're setting out to, and have good reliability, it could be a really good weekend for us."
Ericsson's 11th place finish in the Monaco Grand Prix remains the best result for Caterham in 2014.