Motor racing-Nakajima ready to take a step up


By Alan Baldwin GROVE, England, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Japan's only active Formula One driver Kazuki Nakajima said he was ready to raise his game after a solid but unspectacular rookie season with Williams. "It's also a crucial year for me," he told reporters at the team factory on Thursday, echoing German team mate Nico Rosberg's vision of the year ahead. "At the moment it's too early to talk about the car so I just need to concentrate on myself and my performance. I need really to put in ...

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