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
“It does remind me of Alien with something coming out of the mouth…” – Abiteboul
Formula 1′s introduction of double points for the season finale has been slammed as a ‘fake fix’ by Caterham owner Tony Fernandes
TONY FERNANDES has threatened to quit as owner of Caterham at the end of the season if his team continue to languish at the back of the Formula One grid.
Tony Fernandes has threatened to quit as owner of Caterham at the end of the season if his team continue to languish at the back of the Formula One grid.
• Caterham’s owner tells team ‘this is it – the final chance’• Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson named as driversTony Fernandes has threatened to quit as the owner of …
Caterham owner Tony Fernandes says he may withdraw his financial support if results do not improve this season.
Tony Fernandes has warned he will pull the plug on Caterham if the team’s results do not improve this season
Kamui Kobayashi has revealed he is not being paid a penny by Caterham for his return to Formula One this season.
Caterham owner Tony Fernandes has warned he will turn his back on Formula 1 at the end of this year unless his team makes progress
Kamui Kobayashi was so eager to return to Formula 1 race action this year that he turned his back on an expanded Ferrari deal and is driving for Caterham for free
The first Swedish driver in F1 since 1991, Marcus Ericsson is confident he can learn from experienced Caterham team-mate Kamui Kobayashi in his rookie year.
Kamui Kobayashi and rookie Marcus Ericsson have been confirmed as Caterham’s all-new driver line-up for the forthcoming Formula One season.
“I don’t care about the money. I just want to be successful in my life and I want to bring the team success…”
‘If we’re at the back, I don’t think we’re going to carry on’ – Tony Fernandes
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
Craig Slater talks to Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson after the pair were revealed as Caterham’s all new driver line-up for 2014.
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
Caterham’s driver announcement fills out the 2014 F1 grid two weeks before the first pre-season test at Jerez.
Caterham boss Tony Fernandes has admitted 2014 is a “very pivotal year” for his nascent outfit as they seek to score their first point in the sport after four years at the back of the grid.
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.
Kamui Kobayashi has thanked the fans who donated money at the end of 2012 in a bid help keep him in F1, after Caterham’s new signing confirmed the funds had made a direct influence on his return to the sport.
Caterham chief Tony Fernandes says signing Kamui Kobayashi will be an adrenaline shot for his Formula 1 team.
Caterham announce Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson as the team’s race drivers for the 2014 Formula 1 season.
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Marcus Ericsson and Kamui Kobayashi will race in Formula One for Caterham F1 Team with Robin Frijns and Alexander Rossi as Reserve Drivers
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Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson will race in Formula One for Caterham F1 Team with Robin Frijns and Alexander Rossi as Reserve Drivers aterham F1 Team
Caterham has confirmed its 2014 driver line-ups with the announcement that Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson will race in F1, with Robin Frijns and Alexander Rossi as reserve drivers. Rossi will continue to compete in GP2 teamed with Rio Haryanto from Indonesia. Kobayashi has confirmed that money from his Kamui Support programme will go to […]
With all the seats in Formula 1 now filled, aside for a few test and reserve driver roles, the focus is now moving to DTM where there are a number of manufacturer-backed drivers available for those who cannot break into F1 and do not want to head to the United States. Only BMW has confirmed […]
Kamui Kobayshi is convinced that Caterham has everything in place to make progress in 2014. The Japanese driver will be a clear team leader alongside rookie Marcus Ericsson. “We’ve been talking to Cyril and Tony since last year about driving … Continue reading →
Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson have been confirmed as Caterham’s race drivers, heralding an all-new line-up for 2014
Caterham has become the eleventh and last team to reveal its driver pairing for the 2014 F1 world championship.
Kamui Kobayashi and rookie Marcus Ericsson have been confirmed as Caterham’s all-new driver line-up for the forthcoming Formula One season.
Robin Frijns will join Alexander Rossi in Caterham’s Formula 1 test and reserve driver line-up in 2014.
Caterham has finally confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will join Marcus Ericsson this year, as predicted here back on December 20.
Caterham will field an all-new driver line-up this year after confirming that Japanese driver Kamui Kobayashi and Swedish rookie Marcus Ericsson will spearhead their 2014 campaign. The news means that all of the available seats on the 2014 grid have now been filled, leaving Caterham’s 2013 race drivers, Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde, and test driver Heikki Kovalainen without race drives
Caterham has signed grand prix returnee Kamui Kobayashi and GP2 graduate Marcus Ericsson for the 2014 Formula 1 season.
Sauber has announced Giedo van der Garde will join its team as a reserve driver this year, confirming that he will be replaced at Caterham
Giedo van der Garde has joined Sauber as its test and reserve driver for the 2014 season, the Swiss team announced on Tuesday. The news confirms the 27-year-old Dutchman’s exit from Caterham, the squad with whom he spent his rookie season in 2013
Heikki Kovalainen is without a drive after Caterham opted not to take him for this season. The team had planned to give him a race seat in 2014 after indicating that it did not want to rely on paying drivers, … Continue reading →
Giedo van der Garde has joined Sauber as test and reserve driver, and the Dutchman has been guaranteed some Friday sessions and in-season tests as part of the deal. The news confirms that he’s out of the frame at Caterham, … Continue reading →
Charles Pic will not be part of Caterham’s 2014 F1 line-up, adding further intrigue to the only remaining unconfirmed pairing on the grid.
French driver Charles Pic has parted company with Caterham.
Caterham plays down talk that it has agreed terms with both Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson for the 2014 F1 season
Caterham is not about to confirm nor deny who it will have as its drivers in 2014, with “no comment” being the best that I can get out of them. Elsewhere there are reports of Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson. On the face of it there is not much logic in a complete change of […]
Reigning world champions Red Bull will join Mercedes, Caterham and Williams in unveiling their new car, the Renault-powered RB10, on the first morning of the Jerez test on January 28. The Adrian Newey-penned car, which will be driven by four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel and his new team mate Daniel Ricciardo, will be rolled out into the Spanish circuit’s pitlane at 0840 CET for a photo call ahead of a normal day of testing
Caterham Racing Academy’s Will Stevens believes winning the 2014 Formula Renault 3.5 championship could secure his F1 future.
Marcus Ericsson at Caterham.
Driver TBC at Caterham.
Kamui Kobayashi at Caterham.