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Marcus Ericsson will spend a third season at Sauber after being confirmed as one of the team’s 2017 drivers.
Marcus Ericsson will add his name to the growing list of drivers trialing Halo when he takes to the Interlagos circuit on Friday morning.
Ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix, local driver Felipe Nasr and his team-mate Marcus Ericsson airs their views on the race.
Marcus Ericsson was left to rue what could have been after his Sauber was damaged in a first lap shunt, and yet he still finished P11 in the Mexican GP.
Although Marcus Ericsson was the most likely driver to stay on at Sauber next season given his sponsorship, the Swede says he wouldn’t mind taking the open Force India seat.