Caterham believes a new front wing that it will bring to the Japanese Grand Prix should lift it clear of main Formula 1 rival Marussia
Manfredi Ravetto has revealed Caterham has begun ‘testing’ its 2015 car in Toyota’s wind tunnel in Cologne and has insisted the outfit is “fully committed” to being in F1 in 2015.
Caterham is already testing its 2015 car in and says it is “fully committed” to staying in Formula One
Caterham F1 team’s new principal Manfredi Ravetto has taken to the media in the last 24 hours to project some positive forward looking messaging about the team, whilst underlining that the rescue of the team is itself a minor miracle. Team founder Tony Fernandes decided to pull the plug on his disastrous five year F1 […]
The Caterham F1 team will take a new front wing to Suzuka next week for the Japanese Grand Prix
Caterham has played down suggestions that the team has reached a crisis point amid reports of a meeting between staff members and team principal Manfredi Ravetto today. A source close to the team told this writer: “The meeting was called … Continue reading →
The 2014 season has been a tumultuous one for Caterham. They have experienced troubles on track, a sudden takeover, multiple driver changes and the loss of two team principals. So what’s going on at the Leafield-based squad and how do they plan to turn their fortunes around
Marcus Ericsson looks set to remain in Formula 1 with Caterham next year, with the team eager to keep the Swedish driver after his strong performance in Singapore.
Caterham's team pricnipal Manfredi Ravetto hailed a very positive weekend for his team at Singapore after Marcus Ericsson's 15th place finish. He forgot to mention though that Kamui Kobayashi failed to make it to the start with a power unit issue.
Marcus Ericsson sits down with Crash.net in Singapore to talk about a “very tough” rookie season at Caterham and his plans for next season
Singapore Grand Prix Friday press conference with team chiefs from McLaren, Williams, Sauber, Caterham, Toro Rosso and Force India F1 squads
Team Representatives – Franz Tost (Toro Rosso), Vijay Mallya (Force India), Manfredi Ravetto (Caterham), Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber), Eric Boullier (McLaren), Claire Williams (Williams) Q: If I could I begin with a question to all of you? Obviously there have been changes today to the team radio ban
Kamui Kobayashi does not know if he will retain the Caterham Formula 1 drive for his home grand prix next month
Drivers – Marcus Ericsson (Caterham), Pastor Maldonado (Lotus), Sergio Perez (Force India), Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso) Q: First of all, a question to all of you about the ban on large amounts of radio traffic between the team and the driver. What’s your reaction to this?
Kamui Kobayashi is eyeing another Marussia scalp as he gets a full weekend driving for Caterham at the Singapore Grand Prix
Kamui Kobayashi will retain his Caterham drive at the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend alongside Marcus Ericsson
Kamui Kobayashi will keep his Caterham Formula 1 drive for the Singapore Grand Prix this weekend
With the European leg of the season complete, the teams and drivers head to Singapore and the spectacular Marina Bay Street Circuit for the second floodlit race of the year. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix discuss their prospects
What with his appearance in the free practice sessions at the recent Italian Formula One Grand Prix with Caterham F1 Team and his performances in the World Series by Renault this summer, Roberto Merhi has been attracting quite a bit of attention of late. Following his impressive showings at the Moscow and Nürburgring meetings, the Spanish driver went into the summer break as the leading rookie in the Formula Renault 3.5 Series. All in all, it has been a successful return to single-seaters (…) – News
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon believes the team is benefiting from the uncertainty over Kamui Kobayashi’s future at Caterham
Christian Albers has left his job as team principal of Caterham just two months after being appointed by team advisor Colin Kolles. Caterham says that erstwhile deputy team principal Manfredi Ravetto will take over his duties.
Christijan Albers has resigned as team principal of the struggling Caterham Formula One team with Italian Manfredi Ravetto taking his place.
Christijan Albers has resigned from his position as CEO of Caterham F1 Team after just over two months in the role, with Manfredi Ravetto taking over
Christijan Albers has resigned as Caterham’s Team Principal – just two months after arriving at the team as part of the Leafield outfit’s takeover by unknown Swiss and Middle Eastern investors.
Caterham F1 saw its cars finish in 17th and 19th position, having encountered no major issues. Both drivers felt they had a decent race weekend from which they could not extract much more.
Former F1 driver Christijan Albers has left his position as Caterham team principal less than two months after taking over the day-to-day running of the team. Deputy Manfredi Ravetto will assume Albers’ duties with immediate effect. Albers, who is leaving for ‘private reasons’, was appointed as part of a management takeover completed at the start of July
Christijan Albers has resigned as the Caterham F1 Team’s CEO and will be replaced by Manfredi Ravetto
Former F1 driver Christijan Albers has resigned from his team principal role of Caterham F1 Team with immediate effect. He will be replaced by Manfredi Ravetto, who thus far had been his deputy.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Christijan Albers has resigned from his position as Caterham team principal with immediate effect.
Caterham driver Marcus Ericsson will have to start the Italian Grand Prix from the pitlane after the Formula 1 stewards ruled that he had failed to heed yellow flags in final practice.
Tony Fernandes, the colourful owner of Queen’s Park Rangers, Caterham Cars and AirAsia, does not regret his five-year adventure in Formula One’s “piranha club”.
Tony Fernandes, the colourful owner of Queen’s Park Rangers, Caterham Cars and AirAsia, does not regret his five-year adventure in Formula One’s “piranha club”.
A disgruntled Kamui Kobayashi admits he has no idea what is going on at Caterham and how much longer he will remain in the car.
Kamui Kobayashi admits he is “not happy” with the situation at Caterham after confirming Andre Lotterer turned down another race at the Italian Grand Prix
It has been a long day, during which I see that Kamui Kobayashi has found a way back into the Caterham team and McLaren has come up with some financial results. I will probably take a look at these later if I have time. They look pretty decent
Kamui Kobayashi says he is far from happy with the way Caterham has treated his race seat in recent weeks and is already considering his future options away from the team
Kamui Kobayashi says he is unhappy with the way the Caterham Formula 1 team has swapped his seat between drivers recently
Caterham new boy Roberto Merhi says it is not yet decided what his Practice One debut at Monza will lead onto, amid speculation that the team are lining up the Spanish youngster to race for them before the season is out.
Roberto Merhi believes that his performance during Italian Grand Prix practice for Caterham at Monza on Friday could determine if he is granted a Formula 1 superlicence by the FIA
Kamui Kobayashi will return to Caterham duty in Monza this weekend as the team continues to juggle its driving options. Roberto Merhi, whose involvement was predicted here two weeks ago, will drive the car in FP1, with a view to … Continue reading →
Kamui Kobayashi has been recalled to his Caterham seat for this weekend’s Italian GP, although in a potential signs of things to come, the team are handing Spanish youngster Roberto Merhi his F1 debut in Practice One.
Spain’s Roberto Merhi will make his Formula One debut with Caterham in first practice at Monza on Friday, while Kamui Kobayashi will return to race duty, the team have confirmed. Merhi will take Kobayashi’s place for FP1, which will be the 23-year-old’s first run in F1 machinery
Caterham has confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will race for the team in the Italian Grand Prix, with Roberto Merhi taking part in FP1
Caterham has confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will race for the team in the Italian Grand Prix, with Roberto Merhi taking part in FP1
Caterham has confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will rejoin its race line-up for the Italian Grand Prix, as predicted by AUTOSPORT, with Roberto Merhi making his Formula 1 debut in practice
Two weeks on from a thrilling race at Spa-Francorchamps, the Formula One paddock moves on to historic Monza where the cars are expected to reach the highest speeds seen all year. Those involved in the Formula 1 Gran Premio d’Italia 2014 discuss their prospects…
Kamui Kobayashi will be back in his Caterham race seat for the Italian Grand Prix after being replaced by Andre Lotterer in Belgium
Caterham F1 team has confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will return to the cockpit for the weekend in Monza, having stood down for Spa in favour of Andre Lotterer. The Japanese driver will partner Marcus Ericsson in the team which has now gone more than 50 Grands Prix in its existence without scoring a point. The […]
Kamui Kobayashi is set to return to Caterham Formula 1 race duty for the Italian Grand Prix, with Roberto Merhi in line to participate in opening practice, AUTOSPORT understands.
Kamui Kobayashi is set to return to Caterham Formula 1 race duty for the Italian Grand Prix, with Roberto Merhi in line to participate in opening practice, AUTOSPORT understands.