The Caterham Group has moved to address rumours that it is for sale – while conceding that fresh investment would be welcome. A statement said: “Despite press rumours to the contrary, Caterham Group is not for sale.
Tony Fernandes says the Caterham Group is not for sale amid reports he was set to walk away from the F1 team
With Tony Fernandes reportedly looking to sell Caterham, team boss Cyril Abiteboul has denied the suggestion that the Leafield team would make a suitable target for Gene Haas.
Tony Fernandes is looking to sell Caterham for around £350 million, according to reports in the media, but it is not thought he will be able to realise anything like that sum
Tony Fernandes is looking to sell Caterham for around £350 million, according to reports in the media, but it is not thought he will be able to realise anything like that sum
Tony Fernandes has taken the first steps towards selling Caterham with a memorandum being circulated in the Middle East according to reports.
Queens Park Rangers owner Tony Fernandes is ready to put Caterham up for sale and is believed to be demanding £350million for the Formula One team.
Reports say QPR owner is ready to quit F1 team Caterham are worst performing team this seasonSpeculation that Tony Fernandes is about to sell his Caterham …
Caterham’s Marcus Ericsson will start Sunday’s race in Monaco from the pit lane after the stewards found him responsible for causing a collision with Felipe Massa’s Williams during qualifying on Saturday. The incident, which also earned the Swede two penalty points on his licence, occurred during the Q1 phase of qualifying as Massa, on an in-lap, attempted to let the faster moving Ericsson by at Mirabeau
Jean-Eric Vergne on a confidence-boosting opening day in Monte Carlo; Jules Bianchi on Marussia’s ‘strong baseline’; Kamui Kobayashi on the lessons Caterham have learned from post-Barcelona testing. The drivers and senior team personnel give their feedback after an interesting, rain-hit first day in Monaco
Kamui Kobayashi says the Monaco Grand Prix could give Caterham the chance to “do something special” with the field set to close up
With five rounds of the championship already complete, the F1 paddock moves on to Monte Carlo for one of the most glamorous and prestigious events of the year, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2014. Those involved discuss their prospects for the race every driver wants to win
With five rounds of the championship already complete, the F1 paddock moves on to Monte Carlo for one of the most glamorous and prestigious events of the year, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2014. Those involved discuss their prospects for race every driver wants to win
Kamui Kobayashi says he is enjoying trying to improve Caterham after a disappointing start to the season
Caterham will not run on the second day of the Spain in-season test after Kamui Kobayashi’s crash on Tuesday
Caterham have withdrawn from the second and final day of testing at Barcelona because of damage to the chassis of their CT05. Kamui Kobayashi crashed heavily in the closing stages of the first day, losing the rear of his car at high-speed through Turn 3 and hitting the barrier
Caterham has decided to pull out of the second day of testing after Kamui Kobayashi’s crash late on Tuesday afternoon
Caterham has pulled out of the second day of the Barcelona Formula 1 test because of damage to its chassis.
Kamui Kobayashi put his crash in testing in Spain down to different car settings which affected the balance of his Caterham
Kamui Kobayashi thinks Caterham has made progress during Tuesday’s test despite a crash towards the end of the session
Kamui Kobayashi feels the Caterham Formula 1 team needs to show “more courage” if it is to lift itself off the back of the grid
Pastor Maldonado racked up his fourth penalty point on his superlicence at the Spanish Grand Prix after his collision with Caterham’s Marcus Ericsson
Caterham's disappointing weekend ended in the same fashion as it started as Kamui Kobayashi suffered a brake failure on lap 44 that led to his retirement. Marcus Ericsson finished the race in last position.
Gene Haas is pressing on with plans to build his own Formula 1 team from a base in America, after dismissing rumours linking him with purchases of Lotus or Caterham
Caterham part company with technical director Mark Smith after a reshuffle in their design department.
Marcus Ericsson was probably the only one satisfied at Caterham, as for the first time this season he managed to qualify ahead of his teammate. Caterham jointly underperformed however and will start the Spanish GP in 21st and 22nd place.
Caterham have axed technical director Mark Smith and formed a new committee in a bid to address their disastrous start to the year.
Renault customer teams Lotus and Caterham insist that they are up to date with their payments to the French car manufacture
Renault customer teams Lotus and Caterham insist that they are up to date with their payments to the French car manufacture
Caterham has announced a restructuring of its senior management team which includes technical director Mark Smith leaving with immediate effect.
Caterham Technical Director Mark Smith has parted company with the team as part of a management restructure. Smith’s job title will no longer be used. Instead John Iley, Jody Egginton and Gerry Hughes will form a ‘technical committee,’ reporting to … Continue reading →
Just eight months after its last technical department reshuffle, Caterham have announced that Technical Director Mark Smith has left the team “with immediate effect”, with development at the Leafield outfit to now be handled by a three-strong Technical Committee made up of John Iley, Jody Egginton and recent recruit Gerry Hughes. Last September the team broadened the role of then Performance Director John Iley to cover the team’s Advanced Projects Group, “looking at future innovation that can be applied to the F1 team and all of Caterham’s automotive and technological interests” and promoted then Operations Director Jody Egginton to the ;More…
Caterham has parted company with its technical director Mark Smith as part of a restructuring of the technical side of the team
Caterham announced on Saturday that Technical Director Mark Smith has left the team ‘with immediate effect’.
Caterham F1 Team has restructured its senior management team with Mark Smith having departed and a new technical committee taking over. This includes John Iley, who becomes head of performance engineering, overseeing the performance aspects of the car; Jody Egginton as in charge of design and manufacturing and Gerry Hughes running trackside operations. “After investing […]
Caterham have announced that Mark Smith will leave his role as technical director with immediate effect as part of a wider management restructure. Smith will not be directly replaced, with the team instead introducing a new technical committee to oversee all technical and operational aspects of activities both on and off track
Caterham have announced that Mark Smith will leave his role as technical director with immediate effect as part of a wider management restructure. Smith will not be directly replaced, with the team instead introducing a new technical committee to oversee all technical and operational aspects of activities both on and off track
Caterham has parted company with technical director Mark Smith and formed a ‘technical committee’ in a bid to move it up the Formula 1 grid
Caterham F1 Team has announced that it has instigated a restructuring of its senior management team to create a more efficient management process following the departure of its Technical Director Mark Smith.
Both Caterham drivers proved extremely unhappy with their cars after Friday's running at Circuit de Catalunya. Both Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson complained of a severe lack of grip throughout both sessions.
Team representatives – Cyril Abiteboul (Caterham), Robert Fernley (Force India), John Booth (Marussia), Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber), Franz Tost (Toro Rosso) Q: A question to all of you to start with. What updates did you try on the car today?
Key practice points: Close to 2,000km run for Renault-powered teams on opening day of practice for Spanish Grand Prix New software upgrades thoroughly evaluated, showing positive improvements in energy and fuel management Infiniti Red Bull Racing third in both sessions with Daniel Ricciardo Pastor Maldonado finishes both sessions in top 10 for Lotus F1 Team Scuderia Toro Rosso in top 13 in FP1 and FP2; Caterham F1 Team completes solid programme Rémi Taffin, head of track (…) – Press Releases
Caterham’s Marcus Ericsson is looking forward to get down to work on a track he knows better than most of the F1 schedule.
Although he does not expect to battling the same drivers as two years ago, Caterham’s Kamui Kobayashi has always enjoyed the Spanish F1 Grand Prix.
With the opening flyaway leg of the season complete, the F1 paddock returns to Europe next weekend for the fifth round of the 2014 FIA Formula One World Championship, the Formula 1 Gran Premio de Espana Pirelli 2014 in Barcelona. Those involved discuss their prospects for the event…
Caterham has confirmed that Alexander Rossi will drive for the team in FP1 for the Canadian and United States Grand Prix this season
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Caterham F1 Team reserve driver Alexander Rossi will take part in the first free practice sessions in Montreal and Austin at the Canadian and United States Grands Prix. Caterham F1 Team
Caterham confirmed on Friday that Alexander Rossi will take part in practice sessions for them in both Canada and the United States later this season.
Caterham has confirmed Alexander Rossi will drive in the FP1 sessions at both the Canadian and US Grand Prix