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Ericsson: "It became like a survival mode"

Marcus Ericsson has revealed that racing with Sauber became a game of survival. The Swede will not race for the outfit in 2019 and instead will make the jump to IndyCar with Schmidt Peterson Motorsports. Having joined Sauber in 2015, Ericsson spent most of his racing near the back of the field before the team's recent reemergence from the backmarkers into the midfield.  Alongside Charles Leclerc, Sauber enjoyed multiple points finishes last season but was largely out-performed by his highly-rated teammate. Ericsson said he felt that whilst his career with the team had started on the right foot, it quickly became a game of survival as one of the slower teams. "When I came...
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