The Caterham Formula 1 team says it is taking legal action against former staff for what it claims are “damaging” accusations made against the outfit
Zoff bei Hinterherfahr-Team Caterham. Vierzig Mitarbeiter denken an eine Klage gegen den Formel-1-Rennstall.Foto: API
Caterham is facing legal action from around 40 former members of staff who were axed by the team following its recent takeover
Axed Caterham employees are to commence legal action against the F1 team and its new owners
The Caterham Formula 1 team’s new owners are facing legal action from around 40 of its former staff, after they were axed in the wake of its recent takeover
Mercedes’ Nico Rosberg held a commanding lead in Sunday’s race at the Hungaroring until Marcus Ericsson crashed his Caterham and brought out the safety car. At that point, the German’s race turned on its head. Afterwards, the world championship leader spoke to reporters about his eventful day
Former Mercedes DTM technical director Gerhard Ungar has now officially joined Caterham, as first predicted here on July 8. Ungar will work alongside Christijan Albers in a Newey-style ‘chief technical officer’ role, although his job title has yet to be … Continue reading →
Kamui Kobayashi reveals to Crash.net that he has been warned by Caterham that he may not last the season with the team
More than 40 former Caterham staff are to take legal action against the F1 team after they were laid-off earlier this month.
Caterham have had a reasonable Friday, one that's been going better than any in the while. Kamui Kobayashi in particular proved optimistic about the competitiveness of his car this weekend.
Alexander Rossi has joined the Marussia F1 Team as Official Reserve Driver for the remainder of the 2014 season. Until 2 weeks ago, the 22 year old American was the reserve driver of Caterham F1 Team whilst also competing in the GP2 series.
Alexander Rossi has been named reserve driver of Marussia having left arch rivals Caterham just before the recent German GP. The team says that Rossi will step in if one of the other drivers has a problem, and he will … Continue reading →
Alexander Rossi has been appointed as Marussia’s official reserve driver for the remainder of the 2014 season. The 22-year-old American, who left the same role at Caterham earlier this month, will join the Banbury-based squad from this weekend’s race in Hungary and will provide cover should either of the team’s regular drivers be unable to compete
Drivers – Marcus Ericsson (Caterham), Esteban Gutierrez (Sauber), Kamui Kobayashi (Caterham), Pastor Maldonado (Lotus), Sergio Perez (Force India), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso) Q: Marcus, ten races into your first season, what have you learned?
New Caterham team principal Christijan Albers says that the squad is moving in the right direction despite still searching for its first F1 points.
Just days after an intense weekend’s racing in Germany, the Formula One paddock makes the short hop to Hungary and the technical, tricky, 4.381-kilometre Hungaroring circuit in Budapest. Will the Mercedes steamroller thunder on? Will Williams finally overhaul them
Auto GP racer Kevin Giovesi joins GP2′s Nathanael Berthon on Caterham F1′s list of prospects for the future.
Auto GP driver Kevin Giovesi has become the second addition to the Caterham Formula 1 team’s new driver development programme
Caterham has named Kevin Giovesi as the second addition to its new Driver Development Program
Kevin Giovesi has been confirmed as the second driver to join Caterham’s burgeoning Development Driver Program. The young Italian is currently contesting his second season of Auto GP where he is fourth in the standings
Even though Caterham saw both its cars at the finish, Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson were unable to cause any surprises during today's German GP. The duo ended 16th and 18th respectively.
Marcus Ericsson will have to start the German Grand Prix from the pitlane, plus serve a 10-second stop/go penalty, due to Caterham breaching Formula 1′s parc ferme rules on Saturday
Caterham’s Marcus Ericsson will be required to start Sunday’s German race from the pit lane after the team failed to cover and seal his car in line with regulations following qualifying. Ericsson must also serve a ten-second stop-and-go penalty within the first three laps
Caterham’s Marcus Ericsson will be required to start Sunday’s German race from the pit lane after the team failed to cover and seal his car in line with regulations following qualifying. Ericsson must also serve a ten-second stop-and-go penalty within the first three laps
Caterham F1 endured another difficult qualifying session with one car stuck in the garage with a hydraulics problem. For Kamui Kobayashi things went slightly better and set-up changes made after FP3 proved promising for him.
The Caterham Formula 1 team is unsure what caused the fuel leak that led to Kamui Kobayashi’s car catching fire during free practice for the German Grand Prix.
Team Representatives – John Booth (Marussia), Paul Hembery (Pirelli), Federico Gastaldi (Lotus), Christijan Albers (Caterham), Toto Wolff (Mercedes), Cyril Abiteboul (Renault) Q: Cyril, if we could start with you. Perhaps you could tell us why the job change to Renault?
The FIA has officially confirmed that none of the 22 F1 cars present at Hockenheim for this weekend's German Grand Prix are fitted with a front to rear interlinked suspension system.
Following the first steps of restructuring, Caterham F1 Team has confirmed today that a number of new appointments have been made, along with the termination of other contracts to ensure the team's future.
It’s a little over two weeks since Tony Fernandes sold his stake in the Caterham F1 team to a consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors and former Grand Prix racer Christjian Albers took over the day-to-day running of the squad. But whilst he may not have had much time to assess the situation, Albers already has a clear idea about the future direction of the team, as he explains in this exclusive interview
Kamui Kobayashi says he has to believe that the Caterham Formula 1 team’s restructuring will pay off, after the squad’s new owners announced staff cuts and a management reshuffle.
Caterham has confirmed that a number of employees have been let go as part of a restructuring of the team, while also revealing new appointments.
Caterham has axed more than 40 members of staff as part of a major restructuring that has taken place under its new owners.
Caterham have announced several new appointments as part of a wider restructuring following the management takeover completed at the start of July. Christijan Albers has been confirmed as the new team principal, taking over from the recently-departed Cyril Abiteboul who has since returned to Renault Sport.
The Caterham F1 team has undergone the first steps of a significant restructuring process under its new owners
Caterham has revealed further details of its management restructuring, confirming that Christijan Albers now officially has the team principal role. In addition John Iley has become technical director having previously held the title of performance director, while former Ferrari and … Continue reading →
Alexander Rossi has confirmed he has parted company with the Caterham F1 and GP2 teams
The Caterham F1 team has laid off more than 40 staff members in a bid to cut costs, according to the BBC
Alexander Rossi has announced he has left Caterham’s F1 and GP2 teams following the change of management
Alexander Rossi has parted company with Caterham, he confirmed on Wednesday. The American has been the team’s Formula One reserve driver for the past two seasons, and has driven for the team in three Grand Prix weekend practice sessions, including an outing on home soil at the Circuit of the Americas last year
After a high-speed, breathless race at Silverstone, Formula One racing heads to Germany this week where the drivers will take on the technical Hockenheim circuit for the first time since 2012. Those involved discuss their prospects for this weekend’s Formula 1 Grosser Preis Santander von Deutschland 2014
More than 40 staff, including deputy technical director Jody Eggington and head of track operations Gerry Hughes. leave Caterham.
Alexander Rossi has confirmed he has parted company with the Caterham F1 and GP2 teams
Alexander Rossi has parted company with Caterham, putting an end to plans for him to take part in FP1 in Austin again this year. Rossi has also left the Caterham GP2 team, although it is does not come under the … Continue reading →
Alexander Rossi has parted company with the Caterham Formula 1 and GP2 teams, the American announced on Wednesday
Amid stories of big changes at Caterham F1, with dozens of staff having been let go in recent days, work is now going on to change the aerodynamics of the car as quickly as possible in order to try to snatch 10th place in the Constructors’ Championship from Sauber, or even ninth from Marussia, which […]
After a high-speed, breathless race at Silverstone, Formula One racing heads to Germany this week where the drivers will take on the technical Hockenheim circuit for the first time since 2012. Those involved discuss their prospects for this weekend’s Formula 1 Grosser Preis Santander von Deutschland 2014
After a high-speed, breathless race at Silverstone, Formula One racing heads to Germany this week where the drivers will take on the technical Hockenheim circuit for the first time since 2012. Those involved discuss their prospects for this weekend’s Formula 1 Grosser Preis Santander von Deutschland 2014
Kamui Kobayashi fühlt sich auf dem Hockenheimring schon heimisch, so oft hat er dort schon Rennen und Testfahrten bestritten.