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Even though André Lotterer abandoned on lap two of the Belgian Grand Prix and Marcus Ericsson's last place finish, Caterham team principal Christian Albers finds signs of improvement with the struggling team.
Formula Renault 3.5 title contenders Carlos Sainz Jr. and Roberto Merhi could make their Formula 1 debuts later this season for the Caterham team.
Caterham's Andre Lotterer immediately beat his team mate on his first ever qualifying for Caterham and is not “totally ready” to start racing at Spa. Marcus Ericsson meanwhile blamed traffic and expects a difficult race tomorrow.
André Lotterer will not be paid for racing at Spa Caterham driver makes his F1 bow at age of 32There is often little pleasure to be gained from …
André Lotterer will not be paid for racing at Spa Caterham driver makes Formula One bow at 32There is often little pleasure to be gained from driver changes …
Spanish Renault 3.5 stars Carlos Sainz Jr and Roberto Merhi are both in the frame to make their F1 debuts with Caterham before the end of the season. It’s believed that they are both likely to be given an opportunity … Continue reading →
Team representatives – John Iley (Caterham), Andrew Green (Force India), Dave Greenwood (Marussia), Robert Smedley (Williams), Adrian Newey (Red Bull Racing), James Allison (Ferrari) Q: John, can I start with you? Obviously, a new driver today, tell us how did he go and where do you go from here
Caterham F1 recruit Andre Lotterer admits that there was a lot to learn on his first day as a fully-fledged grand prix driver, but he believes he is making progress.
Andre Lotterer declared himself happy with his first day as a Formula 1 driver, following his solid showing for Caterham through Friday’s Belgian Grand Pix practice sessions
It was business as usual upon Formula One’s return from its summer break with Mercedes duo Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton out in front at the end of the first practice session.
It's a God's gift, Caterham's new nose cone on the CT05. While the visual appearance may not have been the top priority for the team in terms of aerodynamic development, the modified nose cone is a whole lot better looking that before. True, it could still be better, but such as the rules that strange looking noses are currently a good solution to keep airflow underneath the nose.
Andre Lotterer says he will “give everything” to help move Caterham forward when he makes his Formula One Grand Prix debut with this team this weekend at Spa. The 32-year-old German was called up to replace Kamui Kobayashi for the Belgian race earlier this weekend, with Caterham saying his experience and feedback would help their development push
Andre Lotterer says he is braced for a struggle on his Formula One debut in Belgium but says the opportunity was simply too good to turn down
Former Caterham reserve driver Alexander Rossi will make his race debut for Marussia at Spa this weekend after the Banbury-based team announced that the Amercian racer will replace Max Chilton for this grand prix, with the Briton being sidelined due to “contractual issues”. Team Principal John Booth said: “Although it was not our intention to offer Alexander the […]
Le Mans 24 Hours star Andre Lotterer has warned not to expect too much from what he called a “brave” Formula 1 debut with Caterham at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Andre Lotterer says he has nothing to lose by making what at the moment is a one-off appearance for Caterham at Spa. The 32-year-old German had to get permission from his regular employers, Audi and TOM’S, in order to be … Continue reading →
Three-times Le Mans 24 Hours winner Andre Lotterer is to race for Caterham in this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix as replacement for Kamui Kobayashi.
The 32-year-old will be handed a surpise F1 debut in Belgium this weekend following Caterham’s July takeover, writes Byron Young in Calais
Lotterer takes place of Kamui Kobayashi at Caterham German has won three out of last four Le Mans racesAndre Lotterer will make his Formula One debut at …
André Lotterer will drive for Caterham F1 Team at the Belgian Grand Prix and it is not really a great surprise. The team’s primary goal is to improve the performance of the CT05 and while Kamui Kobayashi is quick, he is not famed for his technical feedback, while the team’s second driver Marcus Ericsson does […]
Caterham’s Marcus Ericsson is looking forward to running the team’s development parts at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Three-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Andre Lotterer will replace Kamui Kobayashi at Caterham for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix
German driver Andre Lotterer will make his Formula One race debut at Spa-Francorchamps this weekend after being called up by Caterham to stand in for Kamui Kobayashi in a one-race deal. Caterham insist Kobayashi remains part of the team, but believe that Lotterer’s experience and feedback will help to improve the performance of the CT05
Caterham have replaced Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi with Formula One novice and a three-time Le Mans winner André Lotterer for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix
Andre Lotterer, a three-time Le Mans winner with Audi, will make his grand prix debut for Caterham at Spa this weekend.
Andre Lotterer has been confirmed as replacement for Kamui Kobayashi in the Caterham F1 line-up for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
As predicted here yesterday Caterham has confirmed that Audi WEC star Andre Lotterer will drive in this weekend’s Belgian GP. The 32-year-old will stand in for Kamui Kobayashi, who Caterham insists “still remains part of the team.” In explaining the … Continue reading →
Three-time Le Mans 24 Hours winner Andre Lotterer will make his Formula 1 debut with Caterham at the Belgian Grand Prix, as predicted by AUTOSPORT, replacing Kamui Kobayashi.
André Lotterer will be given the chance to make his torrid debut in Formula 1 at this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix, Caterham F1 has confirmed. The German driver replaces the team's Japanese driver, Kamui Kobayashi who still remains with the Caterham Group.
Refreshed and revitalised after their summer break, the members of the F1 paddock are raring to go racing once more as they journey to the classic Spa-Francorchamps circuit for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 Shell Belgian Grand Prix. Those involved discuss their prospects
Caterham says a new-look nose design will be part of its upgrades at Belgium as it starts the push to reclaim 10th in the constructors’ championship
Caterham have appointed BRDC F4 squad Sean Walkinshaw Racing as their new driver development team.
Caterham has appointed Sean Walkinshaw Racing as its driver development team in the BRDC Formula 4 Championship
Andre Lotterer is set to replace Kamui Kobayashi at Caterham ahead of this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix
Audi WEC star Andre Lotterer is set to make his F1 debut at Spa this week in the Caterham usually driven by Kamui Kobayashi. The team will probably make an announcement tomorrow pending official confirmation of his FIA Superlicence, after … Continue reading →
Three-time Le Mans winner Andre Lotterer could make a surprise Formula 1 debut with Caterham at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
It may be ahead of Caterham and Sauber as F1′s summer break comes to an end, but Marussia isn’t about to start getting complacent.
Kamui Kobayashi believes the Caterham Formula 1 team should not replace him with a paying driver, because that would harm its chances of improving its lowly standing in the constructors’ championship.
Kamui Kobayashi believes the Caterham Formula 1 team should not replace him with a paying driver, because that would harm its chances of improving its lowly standing in the constructors’ championship.
Alexander Rossi speaks exclusively to Crash.net about his move from Caterham to Marussia and hopes of securing an F1 race seat
Alexander Rossi speaks exclusively to Crash.net about his move from Caterham to Marussia and hopes of securing an F1 race seat
Alexander Rossi says he has “big goals to accomplish” at Marussia having made the switch from Caterham
Sauber Team Principal Monisha Kaltenborn is “absolutely confident” the struggling Swiss team will work their way out of their current slump as they bid to avert the first point-less season in their history.
Alexander Rossi believes swiftly securing a Marussia Formula 1 test deal after his split with Caterham was “critical” for his career
Christijan Albers nimmt zu den Entlassungen bei Caterham Stellung. Die Stimmung im Team war niedergeschlagen.
Kamui Kobayashi says he is keeping his options open after being told he may not last the season at Caterham