It’s been an up and down year for Caterham. In March 2014, their Joint Venture with Renault came to an end, and with it…
If we’d asked twelve months ago who you knew of at Caterham, most people would probably have answered Ansar Ali, Tony Fernandes and Mike Gascoyne.
It makes you proud to be British doesn’t it? Caterham, that quiet little corner of Surrey, England. Home of the most proudly independent car company by the same name. Now playing in the big league of motorsport, Formula 1.
This morning Caterham F1 published an interview with Technical Director, Mike Gascoyne, in which he explains the design and engineering of the new 2012 CT01 and the team’s target for the season ahead. Caterham F1 will be launching a new website next month, in the meantime you can keep track of their preparations via their Facebook page.
Although it was due to be released tomorrow (26th January) on the cover of this month’s F1 Racing magazine, printed copies of the magazine arrived on subscriber’s doormats this morning, forcing Caterham to hastily release this low-res glimpse of their new car for its online audience.
The F1 teams are back testing at Jerez and Lotus F1 Racing are first to file their report.
The green and yellow livery is back! Lotus launches its T127 F1 contender.
What does Jarno need to do to in order to ‘finally’ drive Lotus’ F1 contender?
As Lotus F1 Racing announce their plans for 2010, we have a short Q&A statement from Jarno and Heikki.