Caterham F1 returned to racing this weekend at Abu Dhabi, resulting in a finish for rookie Will Stevens. Kamui Kobayashi on the other hand was driving comfortably ahead of his team mate until he had to retire his car.
Against the odds, the financially troubled Caterham team are back racing in Abu Dhabi this weekend having missed the last two rounds, thanks in part to a unique crowd-funding project. However, a new owner is what is needed if the team are to continue into the 2015 season. We caught up with the man charged with trying to secure Caterham’s future, interim team principal Finbarr O’Connell
Nico Rosberg grabbed a crucial pole position ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the build-up to the title-deciding Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
GP2 Series champion Jolyon Palmer says he turned down a chance to race for the Caterham Formula 1 team in this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN ABU DHABI: It has never been easy to fathom the inner workings of Lewis Hamilton’s mind, yet it has rarely been harder to do so than here in the dry heat of the desert.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg go head to head in Abu Dhabi on Sunday in a title-deciding race that will leave one Mercedes driver on top of the world and the other sorely disappointed.
So, Lewis Hamilton or Nico Rosberg? That is the question that will be dominating those casting their eyes towards Abu Dhabi for Sunday’s Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton has said he will not cheat his way to the Formula One title in Abu Dhabi on Sunday. Asked if he would stage a crash, he said: ‘Have I crashed all year? Why would I crash?’
Abu Dhabi GP press conference with Lotus’s Federico Gastaldi, Caterham’s Finbarr O’Connell, Red Bull’s Christian Horner, Force India’s Otmar Szafnauer, Mercedes’ Toto Wolff, Williams’s Claire Williams and Ferrari’s Marco Mattiacci
Team’s administrator is 75 per cent sure he will find a buyer and is confident if the sale happens in the next few weeks they will be on the grid next year
Team representatives – Federico Gastaldi (Lotus), Finbarr O’Connell (Caterham), Christian Horner (Red Bull Racing), Otmar Szafnauer (Force India), Toto Wolff (Mercedes), Claire Williams (Williams), Marco Mattiacci (Ferrari) Q: Toto, we have to start with you. Obviously the showdown this weekend between your two drivers
Lewis Hamilton completed a practice double on Friday as his bid to win a second Formula One world championship got off to the best-possible start.
Formula 1′s qualifying format has been tweaked for the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix because of the return of the Caterham team.
Caterham’s administrator believes there are just three weeks left to find a buyer if the Formula 1 team is going to make it onto the grid in 2015
MARTIN SAMUEL: By Sunday evening, Abu Dhabi time, Formula One will have a new champion. Whether it will have a credible future is another matter entirely.
Will Stevens admits money was a factor in him landing a drive with Caterham for Abu Dhabi but says his only focused is showcasing his potential during his F1 debut
Caterham administrator Finbarr O’Connell has labelled the next few weeks “absolutely key” for the team’s chances of surviving in its current form as he prepares to meet with three different groups of would-be investors at the Abu Dhabi GP.
Formula 1 rookie Will Stevens believes racing for Caterham in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix is the best way to boost his hopes of a full-time 2015 Formula 1 role
F1 debutant Will Stevens is confident he can do a good job for Caterham this weekend and hopes his one-off appearance at the Abu Dhabi GP can lead to a permanent drive in 2015.
F1 debutant Will Stevens is confident he can do a good job for Caterham this weekend and hopes his one-off appearance at the Abu Dhabi GP can lead to a permanent drive in 2015.
Caterham F1 Team has confirmed Will Stevens to race for the team at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. He will join Kamui Kobayashi in the team's return to the grid after being absent from the US and Brazilian events.
Caterham have confirmed that Will Stevens will complete their driver line-up for this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Caterham have confirmed that Will Stevens will complete their driver line-up for this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Britain’s Will Stevens makes Formula 1 debut in this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix with Caterham.
Caterham has confirmed Will Stevens will race alongside Kamui Kobayashi as the team makes its return at this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
Former Marussia reserve driver Will Stevens will make his F1 race debut with Caterham in this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the team have confirmed. Stevens, who has previous testing experience with Caterham, will compete alongside Kamui Kobayashi at Yas Marina. Stevens, 23, has spent this season in Formula Renault 3.5, finishing sixth overall
Former Marussia and Caterham test driver Will Stevens will race for the revived Caterham outfit alongside Kamui Kobayashi at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend, the team has revealed. Stevens returns to the Leafield fold having quit the team, where he was a reserve driver, earlier this year in favour of a similar role at Marussia.
British driver Will Stevens will make his Formula 1 debut with Caterham in the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend
Will Stevens will race for Caterham alongside Kamui Kobayashi this weekend after his superlicence application was approved by the FIA at the last minute. The team made the announcement just 10 minutes before the official FIA deadline for nominating drivers … Continue reading →
Will Stevens will make his race debut for Caterham at this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after getting his FIA Super Licence
A last-ditch bid to get Marussia to the final grand prix of the season in Abu Dhabi this weekend has fallen at the final hurdle.
Marussia’s last minute attempt to get to the Abu Dhabi GP appears to have failed due to the inevitable financial issues. Sources in the Abu Dhabi paddock today said that the freight would be coming today, and Williams and Caterham … Continue reading →
F1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix: The lowdown on the circuit ahead of the season finale where Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes will look to claim the championship ahead of team-mate Nico Rosberg.
Britain’s Will Stevens will make his F1 debut with returning Caterham at this weekend’s season finale in Abu Dhabi.
Caterham has yet to confirm who will drive its second car alongside Kamui Kobayashi in Abu Dhabi this weekend. The late revival of Marussia has seemingly caused leading candidate Max Chilton to drop out of the running.
Formula 1 boss Bernie Ecclestone waives costs and charters a plane to help financially-troubled Caterham’s return to racing.
Dubbed ‘Info Wing’, the LED display system sits on top of the air intake above the driver’s head and primarily provides race-position data.
The word in the Abu Dhabi paddock today is that against all odds the Marussia team is on its way and will join Caterham in the entry list for the final race of the season. A senior F1 source told … Continue reading →
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen will have to wait until after the first of December for their futures to finally be resolved.
Amid the excitement over Caterham making the trip to Abu Dhabi in order to secure its future doubts remain over the team’s ability to build a 2015 car on time. When the previous management stepped aside work was well underway … Continue reading →
Two hundred members of staff have been made redundant following the team entering into administration back in October
Two hundred members of staff have been made redundant following the team entering into administration back in October
Will Stevens will make his race debut for Caterham when the team returns at next weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
F1′s endangered three smallest teams want to table new proposals to prevent them going to the wall
Caterham announced that Kamui Kobayashi will be driving one of the cars in Abu Dhabi, which means that the other can go to the highest bidder, or to Roberto Merhi, who says that he has a contract to replace one of the regular drivers if that is required. He mayn’t be the only one with […]
Ex-Caterham owner Tony Fernandes has “walked away” from employees, a former worker at the Formula 1 team claims.
Kamui Kobayashi will race in the season ending 2014 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, Caterham have announced. The team have missed the last two rounds of the championship, in the United States and Brazil, due to ongoing financial issues
Caterham has announced that Kamui Kobayashi will drive for the team when it returns at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix due to FIA regulations
Caterham has confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will return to race for the team in Abu Dhabi. The second driver has yet to be announced, but it won’t be either Marcus Ericsson or Andre Lotterer, both of whom have made it … Continue reading →
Caterham announce they will retain Japanese driver Kamui Kobyashi for the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.