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Marcus Ericsson breaks all ties with Caterham

The Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson announced this Wednesday that he will not drive again for the Caterham team, although the latter, absent from the United States and Brazil Grand Prix, gets the funding he needs to compete next week in the final race of the World Championship of Formula One, in Abu Dhabi.
Through a statement on his personal website, Ericsson, signed for 2015 by Sauber, has announced the severance of any relationship with Caterham, a team that has launched a popular subscription to try to raise the 2.35 million pounds sterling that needed to return to the World Cup.
Ericsson has “decided to terminate, with immediate effect, all agreements” linking it to Caterham F1. “It is a sad day because I have enjoyed working together with the team in a difficult and tough season,” he adds.
The Swede thanks all the team members for the trust placed in him and for allowing him to face his first Formula One season in 2014, which, he says, has been “an educational and unforgettable experience.”
He is also grateful to his former teammate, Japanese Kamui Kobayashi, “for being an inspiring reference point throughout the year” and whom he hopes to “see soon again on the track.”
Sauber, born 24 years ago in Kumla, will compete next year in the Formula One World Championship with the Sauber team, which announced its signing on the occasion of the United States Grand Prix on November 1. EFE

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