Caterham’s administrators are refusing to give up on finding a new buyer despite admitting time is quickly running out for the team to make a return to the F1 grid
Bernie Ecclestone is certain Marussia can survive after his meetings with its potential investor, though he thinks Caterham will fail to return to the grid in 2015
Will Stevens is holding out hope Caterham or Marussia will return to the F1 grid in 2015 as he looks to continue his grand prix career.
The administrator for the Caterham F1 Team says negotiations with three interested parties have been annoyingly slow as time starts to run out to save the team
Gene Haas believes it is “insanity” for a new team to want to start in F1 as a constructor following the demise of Caterham and Marussia
Finbarr O’Connell, the administrator of the Caterham F1 team has said that he is talking to three potential buyers but warned them that they would need to put pen to paper before the end of January if they are going to race this year. “One of those interested is a billionaire who would come into […]
Negotiations remain ongoing with three credible candidates, although they have been described as ‘annoyingly slow’ by Finbarr O’Connell, administrator for the team.
Caterham’s administrator will not fund the team to attend the first pre-season test if a buyer is not found in time.
The FIA has published an updated entry list and Manor and Caterham remain on it while Lotus are now also “subject to confirmation”…
The administrators of the Caterham F1 team remain optimistic that the team will be on the grid for the first race of 2015 in Melbourne following a creditor’s meeting this week. Henry Shinners, the joint administrator of the squad confirmed this week that talks are ongoing with a number of interested parties about purchasing the […]
Administrators at Caterham F1 remain “hopeful” the team will compete at the start of the new season in March.
The Caterham Formula One team has revealed it made a £75,000 profit on its controversial crowdfunding plan which allowed it to race at last month’s season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix after collapsing into administration in October.
Scuderia Toro Rosso has announced the arrival of Graham Watson as the replacement for Steve Nielsen, who has moved to Williams. Watson will have the title team manager and joins the Italian team from Caterham.
Robin Frijns has officially parted company with the Caterham F1 Team, with his contract having expired on Monday
Robin Frijns is a free agent once more after his contract with Caterham F1 expired and was not renewed. Although the news is hardly surprising his management company has taken the opportunity to remind the world that the talented Dutchman … Continue reading →
The renaissance of the Williams F1 team under the management of Claire Williams and Mike O’Driscoll continues with the hiring of Steve Nielsen as Sporting Manager. Nielsen is a very experienced and well respected pair of hands, who has worked with Tyrrell, Benetton, Renault, Arrows, Caterham and most recently Toro Rosso. Nielsen, who has 27 […]
Despite some very difficult circumstances, both the administrators of Caterham and the people behind the Marussia team are still hopeful of continuing in F1 next season. So do they have any chance? Marussia missed the final three races of the season, having tried to get to Abu Dhabi, while Caterham made it thanks to raising […]
Caterham’s administrator says the team are still searching for a new buyer, with talks continuing with “three interested parties”.
Will Stevens says his focus over the winter will be on earning a race seat with either Caterham or Marussia should they return to the grid in 2015
Formula 1′s big teams will not be asked to run a third car by the FIA next season, even if Marussia and Caterham fail to return
The first step of legal proceedings between the purchasers of Caterham F1 and the original owners has commenced. Swiss-based consortium Engavest SA bought MRT1 – the company that owns the entry – at the end of June. However after the … Continue reading →
Caterham will be allowed to run this year’s car in 2015 if it can find a buyer ahead of the new season
Caterham’s administrator says the decision to race in the season finale in Abu Dhabi was essential to give it a chance of Formula 1 survival
Caterham have been given dispensation to compete in 2015 with this year’s car should a buyer be found for the team.
• Decision made at F1 Commission meeting in Geneva• Caterham hoping to find new buyer before ChristmasCaterham have been given dispensation to compete in 2015 with this …
• Decision made at F1 Commission meeting in Geneva• Caterham hoping to find new buyer before ChristmasCaterham have been given dispensation to compete in 2015 with this …
Caterham have been given dispensation by the F1 Commission to use their 2014 car next season should a buyer be found for the team.
Formula 1 team Caterham are given special dispensation to run their 2014 car in 2015 to help them find a buyer.
Will Stevens says he is much more comfortable in the Caterham having carried out two days of testing in Abu Dhabi following his grand prix debut
Administrators for Formula 1 team Caterham say talks with a potential buyer could put them back in business within weeks.
The CaterhamF1 Team has announced that Will Stevens will run its car on both days during the upcoming Abu Dhabi test. Stevens debuted in Formula One last weekend at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and is hopeful the gained experience increases his chance for a 2015 F1 seat.
Will Stevens will continue his partnership with Caterham into this week’s season-ending F1 group test at Yas Marina.
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Caterham has confirmed Will Stevens will drive for the team on both days of the post-season F1 test in Abu Dhabi this week
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