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Marcus Ericsson has a “good feeling” ahead of Brazilian Grand Prix

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Marcus Ericsson - Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team - Mexico GP
Credit: Sauber Motorsports AG

Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team‘s Marcus Ericsson has said he has a “good feeling” ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos this weekend, following a good result last time out in Mexico.

“We are arriving in Brazil with a good feeling after a strong weekend in Mexico, where we finished with both cars in Q3 and the points,” said Ericsson.

“Our confidence is high and we will fight hard to keep this form.  The track in São Paolo is a classic.  I have been there a few times now, and it is always fun to drive.”

Ericsson said the track made more of a challenge due to its short length, with the unpredictable weather also mixing things up.

“The lap is short, so the lap times across the teams are very close, which will be a challenge.  The weather is changeable and that always plays a significant role.

He said he is determined for his positive mindset to continue, and wishes to complete the final two races and finish the season on a high.

“I am motivated to finish the season on a high and will do the best job possible.”

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