The adminstrators for Caterham Sports Ltd claim that they are talking to potential buyers for the F1 team. Smith & Williamson have also taken control of 1MRT, the entity that actually owns the F1 team’s entry. In a statement the … Continue reading →
Kamui Kobayashi is wishing for three-car teams to become a reality in order to give him the best chance of reviving his F1 career
Caterham’s administrators say the team will have to be wound up if a buyer is not found in the next two weeks
Caterham’s administrators say the team is facing a two-week deadline before it is likely to be wound down, despite a number of interested parties
Administrators for the Caterham Formula 1 team say that they have been approached by several parties that have the funding to get it back on the grid
Caterham’s administrators have said the team will probably be would up in the next two weeks unless a buyer can be found.
A statement from the FIA regarding the absence Marussia and Caterham teams from this weekend’s US Grand Prix has highlighted the question of “sporting equity” and “economic balance” in F1 and suggests that the federation’s president Jean Todt is lining up a fresh push on cost control. Both teams have been found in breach of […]
Sauber team boss Monisha Kaltenborn has hit out at the collective failure of Formula 1 to ensure the survival of all its teams and called for a more even distribution of prize money after Marussia and Caterham both fell into administration.
Money always talked but once you could rise from sweeping the floor to running teams built from scratch. Now, as Marussia and Caterham teeter, the best-funded have …
Marcus Ericsson has admitted that he was caught unawares when Caterham went into administration last week.
A number of Formula One’s leading drivers have come out in support of three-car teams, saying that the possible solution to the collapse of Caterham and Marussia would provide drivers with more opportunities to show their skills. With the two back-marking teams missing this weekend’s United States Grand Prix and next week’s race in Brazil, […]
FIA president Jean Todt is to review the shock financial downfall of Marussia and Caterham over the past week that has rocked Formula One.
The FIA has decided not to penalise Caterham and Marussia for their absence from this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Both teams were given dispensation after falling into administration.
FIA president Jean Todt is fuming that Caterham and Marussia have gone into administration after his proposal for a budget cap was rejected by the major marques earlier this year.
Monisha Kaltenborn has called on F1 teams to unite in order to force changes to the sport in the wake of Marussia and Caterham entering administration
FIA president Jean Todt will decide what action should be taken against Marussia and Caterham for missing this weekend’s US Grand Prix after the stewards found both teams in breach of the regulations but opted not to impose a penalty
Formula 1′s qualifying format has been altered for the United States Grand Prix because of the absence of Caterham and Marussia
The FIA has announced a tweak of the qualifying format at the United States Grand Prix due to the absence of both Marussia and Caterham
The FIA have confirmed the revised qualifying format for this weekend’s U.S. GP amid the absences of Caterham and Marussia.
Caterham and Marussia have been deemed to be in breach of Formula 1 regulations by not participating in the United States Grand Prix, but will escape penalties for now
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2.
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2.
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2. The top ten Q3 shootout will remain the same
Teams in administration highlight problems facing F1 Jules Bianchi remains critical in hospital in Japan Marussia follow Caterham into administrationThe sense of loss at the …
Caterham and Marussia’s financial problems highlight the need to cut costs in Formula 1, says governing body the FIA.
The FIA says the plights of Caterham and Marussia reinforces its desire to cut costs in F1, and wants the “economic balance” of the sport to be addressed
The FIA says the recent plight of Caterham and Marussia vindicates its push to introduce a budget cap earlier this season
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The FIA says the financial problems at Caterham and Marussia prove it was right to push for Formula 1 cost-cutting measures earlier this year
The FIA, F1′s governing body, has admitted that the demise of Caterham and Marussia ‘acutely raise the question of the economic balance’ in F1.
The FIA has issued a statement in response to the failure of Caterham and Marussia to show up in Austin. It says that the US GP stewards will bear the circumstances in mind when considering whether the teams have broken … Continue reading →
Former Caterham Formula 1 team principal Manfredi Ravetto has admitted that he finds the events surrounding the squad’s demise “strange”
Sauber’s Adrian Sutil has expressed surprise that it took so long for financial problems to overwhelm F1’s most cash-strapped teams and reckons the plight of Marussia and Caterham will belatedly trigger action on the sport’s cost crisis.
Former Caterham F1 team principal Manfredi Ravetto has expressed his frustration at the way the problems of supplier Caterham Sports have led to the team missing the US GP. After Caterham Sports went into administration the administrator Finbarr O’Connell took … Continue reading →
Daniel Ricciardo believes the demise of Caterham and Marussia would represent a bitter loss for Formula One.
The absence of Caterham and Marussia when Formula 1 regroups at Austin will force the sport to ask whether its financial problems are an isolated blip or a longer-term malaise
With Marussia and Caterham both set to miss the US Grand Prix, Fernandes has pointed the finger at the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull
QPR owner Tony Fernandes says Caterham could not hope to compete against Red Bulls and Ferraris of this world with their bigger budgets and larger share of the prize money
Ex-Caterham boss Tony Fernandes says Formula One’s big teams should shoulder some of the blame for the downfall of the sport’s two smallest outfits in the last week
Tony Fernandes says there’ll never be room for small teams like Caterham in F1 unless there’s a reduction in spending throughout the grid.
Ex-FIA president Max Mosley believes Caterham and Marussia won’t be the last teams to exit F1 if the sport’s spending split isn’t addressed soon.
In his first guest blog for JA on F1, Former Setanta and RTE F1 broadcaster Declan Quigley highlights one bizarre aspect of the Caterham administration story. Declan writes: “There are no clear rules or specific qualifications laid down for the role of Formula One Team boss. Plenty of those who have headed up F1 teams […]
Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz believes it is unlikely Caterham will race again in F1 – but is more hopeful that Marussia can return to the grid.
Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz believes it is unlikely Caterham will race again in F1 – but is more hopeful that Marussia can return to the grid.
AUTOSPORT’s team of Formula 1 journalists on what Caterham and Marussia’s troubles mean for F1, the implications of third cars and what can be done
As Caterham and Marussia’s absence from Austin reopens debate over Formula 1′s sustainability, AUTOSPORT reveals the small teams’ own breakdown of the cost of grand prix racing
Daniel Johnson: A business model “nobody can afford” is putting other teams at risk after Marussia follow Caterham into administration
As Marussia follow Caterham into administration, former FIA president Max Mosley has warned that the two Formula One teams ‘may not be the last’ to struggle in the face of high costs.
Max Mosley, the former FIA president, believes that Marussia, who will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend after joining Caterham as the second Formula One team in four days to go into administration, “may not be the last” to struggle in the face of the sport’s high costs.
…I agree with Max Mosley. The former FIA President has been on  BBC Radio 5 live as a result of the collapse of Caterham and Marussia and I have to say that I agree with his views.