Having dusted themselves off after Australia’s season opener, the F1 teams regroup in the heat of Kuala Lumpur next weekend, where the challenge of the Sepang International Circuit awaits. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Having dusted themselves off after Australia’s season opener, the F1 teams regroup in the heat of Kuala Lumpur next weekend, where the challenge of the Sepang International Circuit awaits. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Rio Haryanto and Alexander Rossi finished 1-2 on the time sheets in the GP2 test in Bahrain on Thursday. The pair were separated by four-hundredths of a second and were four-tenths clear of the third fastest driver Carlin’s Julian Leal. The three day test is the last before the season kicks off and it looks […]
Rio Haryanto ensured Caterham remained on top of the GP2 testing timesheets on the middle day of running in Bahrain.
The team were excluded for refusing to reduce the fuel flow rate to the Australian’s Renault engine despite radioed instructions from the rule-makers
Alexander Rossi topped the opening day of the final GP2 pre-season test of 2014 at the Bahrain International Circuit.
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Ride along with Kamui Kobayashi in the Caterham 620R for some quick laps at Silverstone. Caterham F1 Team
Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo was stripped of second place in the season opener in Melbourne after allegedly breaching new fuel consumption rules
Williams' Valtteri Bottas finished in sixth place in today's Australian Grand Prix, with Felipe Massa retiring on the first lap after being hit from behind by the Caterham of Kobayashi.
The Red Bull secured a second-placed finish in Melbourne but his performance has been referred to the stewards who could hand the 24-year-old a time penalty
Caterham had a troubled race in Melbourne and saw neither of their cars cross the finish line. Kamui Kobayashi crashed out on lap 1 with a brake failure while Marcus Ericsson abandoned on lap 23 due to an oil pressure problem.
Caterham’s Kamui Kobayashi has been cleared of any blame over his first-lap clash with Williams’ Felipe Massa in Australia in Sunday. The Japanese driver had been summoned to the stewards after crashing into the back of Massa’s car as the pair approached the first corner of the race, eliminating both cars on the spot
Kamui Kobayashi admits he is going to have to curb his attacking instincts starting from 14th in the Australian Grand Prix in order to ensure Caterham finishes the race
Kamui Kobayashi paid tribute to the hard work of the Caterham team after reaching Q2 for the 2014 Formula 1 season-opening Australian Grand Prix
Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi qualified his car in 15th position for the Australian Grand Prix while Marcus Ericsson proved happy positioning 20th in his first ever F1 qualifying session.
The four Renault endured mixed fortunes on Friday in Australia as the French manufacturer showed that it is working its way out of its problems. While RBR and Toro Rosso had relatively troublefree days both Caterham and Lotus faced huge … Continue reading →
Key practice points: Today was the first day of Australian Grand Prix practice for the Renault Energy F1-2014 V6 Turbo Power Units Renault-powered cars completed 260 laps (over 1,300km) over two 90 minute sessions Infiniti Red Bull Racing set top 10 fastest times in both sessions and completed race distance Scuderia Toro Rosso completed most running of any team in FP1, with top 10 times Electrical and fuel system problems for Caterham F1 Team limit running, but issues have been (…) – Press Releases
Caterham’s Formula 1 drivers are adamant that they will be able to run during Saturday free practice for the Australian Grand Prix after sitting out almost all of Friday’s running.
Caterham’s Formula 1 drivers are adamant that they will be able to run during Saturday free practice for the Australian Grand Prix after sitting out almost all of Friday’s running.
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Meet the latest member of the Caterham Racing Academy, Seb Morris, who will race in Formula Renault NEC in 2014 with the full support of Caterham’s driver program. Caterham F1 Team
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Kamui Kobayashi is excited by the chance to return to the F1 grid with Caterham after missing the 2013 season.
Caterham F1 rookie Marcus Ericsson admits that, despite issues on pre-season testing, he is still looking forward to getting his grand prix career underway in Melbourne.
 PIRELLI AND FORMULA ONE TEAMSAGREE 2014 IN-SEASON TYRE TEST SCHEDULE Milan, March 7, 2014 – Following the agreement between Pirelli and the 11 Formula One teams, with the approval of the FIA, here is the schedule of the dedicated days (one per team) that each team will devote to tyre testing this year, within the existing 2014 in-season test calendar. Bahrain test     (8-9 April) Day1  CATERHAM Day2 MERCEDES and WILLIAMS Barcelona test (13-14 May) Day1 SAUBER and TORO ROSSO Day2 McLAREN and FORCE INDIA Silverstone test (8-9 July) Day1 FERRARI and LOTUS Day2 RED BULL and MARUSSIA The agreement, which was finalised during the final pre-season Bahrain test (from 27 February to 2 March), stipulates that each team will devote one day per year exclusively to testing the latest products and developments from Pirelli, within the framework of the existing test calendar.
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Caterham says that it cannot take it for granted that just making it to the finish at the Australian Grand Prix will guarantee it its first Formula 1 points.
Renault have admitted that the technical issues that plagued their new power unit in pre-season testing mean that some of its teams are not fully prepared for the opening Grand Prix of the season in Australia. The French manufacturer, who provide power units for Red Bull, Lotus, Toro Rosso and Caterham, have suffered from both hardware and software problems this winter and that has left them unable to complete scheduled programmes with all of their teams
Having been affected by Renault power-unit issues, Caterham has shown signs of being closer to the midfield at the start of 2014, according to Cyril Abiteboul
Caterham have ended their pre-season testing with another positive day as Kamui Kobayashi managed to complete 106 laps. Sadly, a clutch failure in the last hour denied the team from doing some qualifying simulation that could show the car's true pace.
Caterham's Markus Ericsson finished off his pre-season testing today by completing 117 laps. For Renault, this proves the progress that has been made in terms of reliablity.
Caterham reserve driver Robin Frijns tells Crash.net how he got in to motorsport despite and how he was tricked in to competitive racing
Kamui Kobayashi believes that a GP2 car would be quicker than his Caterham F1 machine in its current state after two pre-season tests.
After their well-publicized problems in Jerez, last week’s second pre-season test in Bahrain saw Renault – power unit suppliers to Red Bull, Lotus, Toro Rosso and Caterham – make some much needed progress. But despite taking several steps forward, Rob White, Renault Sport F1′s deputy managing director (technical), admits they remain several weeks behind where they would like to be, with a lot of work to be done between now and Melbourne
Kamui Kobayashi suggests Caterham would be better off using a GP2 car as he expresses grave concerns about the new Renault-engined CT05.
The Caterham Formula 1 team didn’t win a single Grand Prix point in 2013. But rule changes and 800 channels of data mean they could soon be climbing the leaderboard
Despite becoming Renault's most productive team during this test, Caterham have ended the first 4 days of Bahrain testing with completing just 21 laps due to an electronics issue.
The final day of the first week of testing at Bahrain got underway with Marcus Ericsson, giving the Caterham CT05 its shakedown with everyone else still in the garage.
The final day of the first week of testing at Bahrain got underway with Marcus Ericsson, giving the Caterham CT05 its shakedown with everyone else still in the garage.
Marcus Ericsson first drove a Formula One car back in 2009, but he had to wait until 2014 before he gained an F1 race seat, with Caterham. This week the young Swede has been in Bahrain with his new team, busily accumulating mileage at the second pre-season test ahead of his Grand Prix debut in Australia
Former Caterham and Marussia racer Charles Pic has become the Lotus Formula 1 team’s third driver for 2014
After losing has Caterham seat Charles Pic will be third driver at Lotus alongside reserve driver Marco Sorensen and development driver Nicolas Prost
Renault is not currently in a position to compete with rival engine manufacturers Mercedes and Ferrari, according to Caterham driver Kamui Kobayashi.
Lotus have appointed former Caterham and Marussia racer Charles Pic as their third driver for the 2014 season. The 24-year-old Frenchman, who has 39 Grand Prix starts to his name, will conduct simulator work at the Enstone squad’s factory, whilst also providing support at races
Charles Pic has been named as a reserve driver role with Lotus for the 2014 Formula 1 season. The Frenchman raced for Caterham last year but was not re-signed. He will be the third man alongside Romain Grosjean and Pastor Maldonado, while Nicolas Prost and Marco Sørensen will also do testing work for the team.
Caterham is not running “anywhere near full performance levels” yet in testing but can be happy with its reliability, according to Robin Frijns