Caterham has already decided how its drivers will divide testing responsibilities at the third and final pre-season F1 test.
Riad Asmat – who has been with Caterham since it entered F1 as Lotus Racing in 2010 – has left the company after being replaced as Group CEO late last year
Tony Fernandes admits Heikki Kovalainen’s results for Lotus at the end of 2013 played a part in Caterham not picking him for a race seat this season
Tony Fernandes admits Heikki Kovalainen’s disappointing form for Lotus at the end of the 2013 season played a role in Caterham overlooking the Fin for this year
Heikki Kovalainen’s disappointing form with Lotus last year played a part in Caterham’s decision not to give him a 2014 Formula 1 race seat
When Marcus Ericsson was announced as one of Caterham’s drivers for the 2014 season, he wasn’t just fulfilling a lifelong ambition, he was also adding to Sweden’s proud history in Formula One racing. In Australia next month, Ericsson will become the tenth driver from the Scandinavian country – and the first since 1991 – to start a Grand Prix. But just who were the other nine?
Caterham has signed young Welsh racer Seb Morris to its driver academy as he prepares to step up to Formula Renault 2.0 NEC in 2014
Following problems for all the Renault-powered teams in Jerez, Caterham’s Kamui Kobayashi wasn’t surprised by the issues and is confident of a better time in Bahrain
Caterham have signed Seb Morris to their Racing Academy, meaning he will receive support from the F1 team during this year’s Formula Renault NEC season.
The FIA have stepped in to declare the current Formula One car noses legal, moving its investigation into the safety of the new designs ahead for possible 2015 regulation tweak.
After being dropped by Sauber at the end of 2012, fan favourite Kamui Kobayashi spent a year away racing sportscars with Ferrari. Now, thanks in no small part to the financial generosity of his loyal supporters, he’s back on the grid with Caterham. Of course, the 2014 rule changes mean this year’s cars are a world apart from the F1 machines he drove last time out.
Caterham are determined that 2014 will be the year when they finally break free from the back of the grid and start to seriously mix it in the mid-field. A year into his role as team principal, Cyril Abiteboul has strengthened the infrastructure of the Anglo-Malaysian squad and has secured an exciting new driver line-up in F1 returnee Kamui Kobayashi and Swedish rookie Marcus Ericsson
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McLaren’s Jenson Button topped the timesheets in Jerez today, ahead of Kimi Raikkonen, but the second of day of pre-season testing was defined by problems for Renault-powered teams. While Mercedes-powered teams logged 212 laps today and Ferrari-powered cars put in 100 tours of the Spanish circuit, Red Bull Racing, Caterham and Toro Rosso, which all use Renault’s Energy F1-2014 power unit, completed just 19 laps today.
Caterham rolled out their CT05, featuing a particular nose cone solution that is worth a proper look.
Caterham’s new F1 car divides opinion after the team reveal a design featuring an unusual front nose.
As heavily forecast, day one of pre-season testing ahead of the 2014 season was characterised by little running and, for those that did venture out onto the Circuito de Jerez, less reliability. Following the noise of early-morning car launches by Mercedes, Red Bull Racing and Force India silence reigned at the southern Spanish track as most teams held station in their garages with Caterham opting to delay the release of its car due to technical issues. And when track action did begin it was with a whimper, later followed by a bang
New rules and regulations for 2014 haven’t created the most beautiful of designs as testing got underway in Jerez today
Following this morning’s trio of car unveilings in Jerez, Caterham this afternoon rolled out their Renault powered CT05 Formula One, after morning teething problems saw a delay in proceedings. With rookie Marcus Ericsson at the wheel the team finally revealed their 2014 F1 challenger shortly after 3pm local time, with the car’s interesting front-nose assembly being the most notable feature. As can be seen above the radically shaped nose is almost flush with the leading edge of the front-wing, meaning no protrusion.
The new Caterham CT04 finally broke cover at Jerez after a delayed launch due to a few early teething problems
Caterham team principal Cyril Abiteboul sees potential in the team’s new CT05 following its unveiling at the Jerez F1 test.
Caterham revealed their 2014 car – the CT05 – midway through the opening day of the first pre-season test at Jerez.
Having made the media wait for a first glimpse of the new CT05-Renault, Caterham produced another take on F1 front-end treatment.
Caterham have become the latest team to show off their 2014 car after unveiling the CT05 at the first pre-season test of the year in Jerez on Tuesday. Like other 2014 machines seen so far, the new car features a very unusual nose section with a thin protuberance extending from the front wing to a thicker section behind
Caterham have become the latest team to show off their 2014 car after unveiling the CT05 at the first pre-season test of the year in Jerez on Tuesday. Like other 2014 machines seen so far, the new car features a very unusual nose section with a thin protuberance extending from the front wing to a thicker section behind
The new Caterham CT04 finally broke cover at Jerez after a delayed launch due to a few early teething problems
The new Caterham CT05 took to the track in Jerez today in the hands of Marcus Ericsson. As you can see, the car looks different at the front…
Caterham F1 have become the sixth team to hit the track with their new challenger. Rookie driver Marcus Ericsson took the honours of completing the car's first lap around Jerez at around 15:10 local time.
Caterham F1 have become the sixth team to hit the track with their new challenger. Rookie driver Marcus Ericsson took the honours of completing the car's first lap around Jerez at around 15:10 local time.
Caterham’s 2014 Formula 1 car made a belated debut in testing at Jerez on Tuesday afternoon
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.
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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
Caterham strongly considered putting its new Formula 1 test driver Robin Frijns straight into a 2014 race seat, according to team owner Tony Fernandes
Caterham has become the first team to reveal what 2014′s new Formula 1 engines will sound like when fitted to cars
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Listen to the first fire-up of our 2014 Renault V6 engine. Caterham F1 Team
Caterham will run all three of their new signings for the 2014 season, race drivers Marcus Ericsson and Kamui Kobayashi along with reserve Robin Frijns, at next week’s four-day Jerez test.
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After coming close to a race seat, Robin Frijns tells Crash.net why his move to Caterham as reserve driver motivates him so much
Kamui Kobayashi reveals that his decision to return to F1 with Caterham didn’t go down well with Ferrari, who were keen to keep him onboard for 2014
Kamui Kobayashi reveals that his decision to return to F1 with Caterham didn’t go down well with Ferrari, who were keen to keep him onboard for 2014
At a meeting held to display the improvements made by Caterham at their Leafield Technical Centre, team principal Cyril Abiteboul revealed the team has upgraded its CFD capacity and will use the TMG windtunnel in 2014, enabling 60% scale model testing.
The Caterham owner said: “We spend all this time on engines and KERS etc but the gaps between the haves and the have-nots has made racing boring”
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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
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ケーターハムへようこそ 小林可夢偉 Caterham F1 Team
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Welkom bij Caterham Robin Frijns Caterham F1 Team
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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.
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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.
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Välkommen till Caterham Marcus Ericsson Caterham F1 Team
Kamui Kobayashi has admitted that Ferrari “are not really happy” with his decision to turn down another season of sportscar racing to resurrect his F1 career at Caterham.