Toro Rosso have undergone one of the most important changes a team can go through, having decided to switch engine supplier, joining the Renault club in an attempt to have more synergies with the Red Bull Racing design team. The car is effectively also the first Renault powered car to be launched as Red Bull, Caterham and Lotus have yet to show their hand.
One the eve of our 2014 car’s first voyage, we show you how a team goes about building a new Formula 1 car. Take a look inside our Leafield factory to learn how we’re meeting the challenge of 2014. You will see the 2014 Caterham when it tests for the first time at Jerez on Tuesday 28th January
Listen to the first fire-up of our 2014 Renault V6 engine. Caterham F1 Team
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Caterham F1 Team has announced that 27-year-old Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi will join its driver line-up for the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, alongside Marcus Ericsson. Kamui looks ahead to his F1 comeback with Caterham. Caterham F1 Team
Caterham F1 Team has announced that 22-year-old Dutch driver Robin Frijns will join its line-up for the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, as a reserve driver. Robin looks ahead to his reserve driver role and FP1 duties with Caterham in 2014.
Caterham F1 Team has announced that 23-year-old Swedish driver Marcus Ericsson will join its driver line-up for the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, alongside Kamui Kobayashi. Marcus explains his decision to make his F1 debut with Caterham and looks forward to the beginning of the season.
The announcement that Kamui Kobayashi is returning to the F1 grid this year with Caterham was greeted positively by F1 fans and it was noticeable in the Caterham factory yesterday how buoyed the team were with his signing. Kobayashi lost his place on the F1 grid in 2013 because he couldn’t rustle up a budget, with Japanese businesses unwilling to find him.
Caterham have revealed that they are switching their wind tunnel programme to Toyota Motorsport’s high-tech facility in Cologne, Germany. Team principal Cyril Abiteboul explained that using the tunnel, which was once the hub of Toyota’s works F1 team and was also used by Ferrari last season, moves Caterham into a similar technological bracket as other F1 teams
Tony Fernandes has warned he will pull the plug on Caterham if the team’s results do not improve this season
Kobayashi makes a return to F1 after a one-year break while Ericsson makes the step up from GP2. They replace Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde
Caterham F1 have today announced Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson as their 2014 race drivers, and in doing so have completed this year’s Formula One grid. Ericsson will race with the number 9 and Kobayashi 10. The line-up has been expected in recent weeks with Kobayashi always on the verge of a race seat following his untimely exit at the end on 2012, when it seemed he had a budget in place to retain his seat at Sauber
New Caterham recruit Kamui Kobayashi has thanked his fans for their support, saying they provided him with extra motivation to return to Formula One racing in 2014. Fans sent donations to the Japanese driver after he lost his Sauber drive at the end of the 2012 season, with the hope that the funds would help him secure another slot on the grid
Caterham boss Tony Fernandes has said that his team’s failure over the last four years, particularly 2013 where the team finished last out of 11 teams, has made his team stronger. Announcing his driver line up of Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson at a launch event in the team’s Leafield HQ this morning, Fernandes said, “It’s a critical season. Most people have written us off.