Caterham’s GP2 team has been taken over by Status Grand Prix and will change names at the start of next season
Status Grand Prix will expand into GP2 in 2015 after completing the purchase of Caterham Racing and their entry.
Marcus Ericsson first tested a Formula One car in 2009, and yet it wasn’t until 2014 that he landed his second outing – and his first full-time seat – with Caterham. So can he recall some of the other firsts in his life, like his childhood hero, or the first sport he ever competed in? We caught up with the Swede for the latest instalment in our series designed to help you get to know the world’s finest drivers just a little better
Caterham says it fully intends to compete in the remaining three races of 2014 and is looking to move away from its Leafield base as part of the ongoing efforts to stabilise the team
Caterham says it fully intends to compete in the remaining three races of 2014 and is looking to move away from its Leafield base as part of the ongoing efforts to stabilise the team
Caterham deny Kamui Kobayashi’s claim that they told him to retire from the Russian Grand Prix to save the car.
Caterham clarifies comments made by Kamui Kobayashi that suggested he was forced to retire from the Russian Grand Prix in order to save mileage.
Manfredi Ravetto: We are on a high even if there are a few negative comments or scepticism from some people who would be happy to see us failing…
Manfredi Ravetto: We are on a high even if there are a few negative comments or scepticism from some people who would be happy to see us failing…
Caterham has clarified comments made by Kamui Kobayashi at the Russian Grand Prix, disagreeing with the assessment the team ordered him to retire just to save mileage
Caterham team boss Manfredo Ravetto has said he “cannot understand” Kamui Kobayashi’s comments implying that nothing was wrong with his car after retiring in the Russian GP and insisted the team stopped his CT05 purely on safety grounds.
Caterham insists there was no truth in Kamui Kobayashi’s insinuation that he was ordered to retire a healthy car to save mileage on components during the Russian Grand Prix
Caterham insists there was no truth in Kamui Kobayashi’s insinuation that he was ordered to retire a healthy car to save mileage on components during the Russian Grand Prix
Caterham have confirmed they are looking to leave Leafield and move into new headquarters as part of ongoing restructuring and stabilising efforts. Team principal Manfredi Ravetto said the team are aware they still face ‘bumpy roads’ in their fight to revive their fortunes
One bizarre episode in Sunday’s Russian Grand Prix was the retirement of Kamui Kobayashi in what appeared to be a healthy car. The Japanese pulled out on lap 21 of 53 and when asked why he said that he had been told to stop the car due to mileage concerns, presumably on some of the […]
Caterham had a disappointing afternoon at Sochi following hopes it could fight Lotus. That soon proved not to be the case and resulted in a 19th place finish for Marcus Ericsson and a DNF for Kamui Kobayashi.
Caterham came very close to Q2 during today's qualifying session with Marcus Ericsson only narrowly missing out on 17th place. Team mate Kamui Kobayashi admits to a difficult weekend so far and qualified 19th.
Key practice points: FP1 and FP2 sees F1 make first appearance at all-new Sochi Autodrom ahead of inaugural Russian Grand Prix Quiet day for Infiniti Red Bull Racing, with Sebastian Vettel ninth in FP2 after Daniel Ricciardo stopped on track to avoid a Power Unit issue Scuderia Toro Rosso best of the Renault-powered teams, with Daniil Kvyat and Jean-Eric Vergne ending both sessions inside the top-10 Roberto Merhi makes third FP1 outing of the year for Caterham F1 Team, while Lotus (…) – Press Releases
Roberto Merhi will again drive in FP1 for Caterham at the Russian Grand Prix as the team retains Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson for the race
Less than a week after the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, the teams and drivers head for Sochi – and the first Grand Prix to be held in Russia. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the weekend ahead
Less than a week after the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, the teams and drivers head for Sochi – and the first Grand Prix to be held in Russia. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Russian Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the weekend ahead
Kamui Kobayashi will once again retain his Caterham seat for the Russian Grand Prix, with Roberto Merhi stepping in for FP1
In her latest piece for Crash.net, Kate Walker speaks exclusively to Caterham team principal Manfredi Ravetto about the challenges he faces trying to save the team
For only the third time this season, Caterham's Marcus Ericsson has outqualified his team mate, this time at Suzuka. Kobayashi should blamed a lack of running, mostly due to a crash during Friday's FP2.
The Caterham Formula One team has been ordered to clear nearly £750,000 of debts after failing to pay 34 bills which start at just £424, according to court documents.
Briton believes Mercedes are on top of mechanical problems Race might be brought forward to avoid typhoon Phanfone Five reasons Hamilton is in the driving seat Caterham …
Hundreds of jobs will be protected at Caterham Formula 1 in Oxfordshire despite bailiffs visiting its base, team principal Manfredi Ravetto says.
Formula 1’s leading outfits are adamant they could cope with a sudden transition to three-car teams but have made clear that it is a scenario they want to avoid for 2015.
Three crashes, two red flags and light rain at the end made FP2 a scrappy session, but there was general relief that the weather was much more favourable than it had been yesterday. Apart from those involved in the shunts – Caterham, Red Bull and Sauber – everyone got the majority of their programmes completed.
Team principal claims baliffs took memorabilia Admitted sale of team still not completed Baliffs turn up to Leafield Tony Fernandes sells CaterhamAn attempt by Caterhams team principal, Manfredi Ravetto, …
Caterham Formula 1 boss Manfredo Ravetto is “very confident” the team will survive to the end of the season and beyond.
Caterham team boss Manfredi Ravetto was finally able to give their side of the story on Friday, when he arrived in Japan after the raid by bailiffs on their factory.
Caterham’s new Formula 1 chiefs believe they should have quit its Leafield base as soon as they took over to avoid problems being caused by old team debts
Caterham team principal Manfredi Ravetto says some of the rumours surrounding the team recently have been “bullsh*t” but admits he can’t guarantee the team’s future
Caterham insists the arrival of bailiffs at its factory was “no big drama” and that rumours about the team’s struggles are “bullshit”
Team to race at Japan GP amid long-term concerns Claim and counter-claim around seizure of test car by bailiffs Fernandes sells Caterham Formula One …
Caterham say they are going ahead with preparations to race in Japan this weekend despite bailiffs seizing items from their factory in on Wednesday.
Caterham has refuted unfounded and unsubstantiated rumours about the team s ability to race in the Japanese Grand Prix
Kamui Kobayashi says the Caterham race team are waiting for the arrival of team boss Manfredi Ravetto at Suzuka to learn more about the current situation at the embattled outfit.
Drivers – Nico Hulkenberg (Force India), Jules Bianchi (Marussia), Romain Grosjean (Lotus), Sebastian Vettel (Red Bull Racing), Kamui Kobayashi (Caterham), Jenson Button (McLaren) Q: Kamui, as we’re at your home race, can we start with you?
Caterham insist they will race at the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend despite claims from a bailiff company that they have seized goods from their factory.
Britain’s Will Stevens, who has previously been on the books of Caterham, is poised to make his Friday Practice debut with Marussia at this weekend’s Japanese GP.
On Tuesday morning the Caterham factory in Leafield was visited by bailiffs, with instructions to seize assets belonging to the team because of bills that had not been paid. The team has issued a statement saying that there have been “unfounded and unsubstantiated rumours” concerning actions against 1MRT, the entrant and owner of Caterham F1. […]
After a tense race in Singapore threw the 2014 world championship fight wide open, the teams and drivers head to Japan and one of the most celebrated and iconic circuits on the calendar – Suzuka. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Caterham say they’re still preparing to race at the Japanese GP this weekend, even though bailiffs have said they seized goods at their Leafield factory on Wednesday.
Caterham say they’re preparing to race at the Japanese GP this weekend, even though bailiffs seized goods at their Leafield factory on Wednesday.
Many Formula 1 teams have gone by the wayside in the last 20 years amid bailiffs and angry creditors and tonight F1 was again dragged down into that territory with news that the Caterham F1 team factory in Leafield near Oxford has had a series of visits from bailiffs, supported by Thames Valley Police. The […]
Troubled team denies rumours that Leafield site shut down Caterham have never scored a point in Formula One July 2014: Tony Fernandes sells team to consortiumThe Caterham …
Troubled team denies rumours that Leafield site shut down Caterham have never scored a point in Formula OneThe Caterham Formula One team said they are going ahead with preparations …
The Caterham Formula One team say they are going ahead with preparations to race in Japan this weekend despite bailiffs visiting their factory in Oxfordshire on Wednesday.