The Caterham Group has moved to address rumors that it is for sale – while conceding that fresh investment would be welcome.
Gene Haas has been linked with a potential purchase of the F1 subsidiary.
The game of musical chairs for the rapidly approaching 24 Hours of Le Mans continues, as the Automobile Club de l’Ouest confirmed Tuesday the withdrawal of Strakka Racing from next month’s twice-around-the-clock endurance classic.
Replacing the British squad’s Strakka-Dome S103 Nissan on the 56-car entry list, in a surprise twist, is Krohn Racing, which has been invited back to participate with its Ferrari F458 Italia in GTE-Am.
INDIANAPOLIS – He may have been born and raised in Alabama but it didn’t take long for Jim Nabors to become a true Hoosier – the term for a native of Indiana.
Nabors had already earned fame on television as “Gomer Pyle USMC” on the long-running CBS comedy, when he was invited to the 1972 Indianapolis 500 and told he was singing “Back Home Again in Indiana” by a conductor for the Purdue University Band.
Christian Horner says that Red Bull is making progress in its pursuit of Mercedes – but says much still depends on what Renault can do.
At a track where the emphasis switched from the power unit to the chassis, Daniel Ricciardo finished a strong third in Monaco while teammate Sebastian Vettel suffered a disappointing turbo failure.
Alan McNish and Fernando Alonso will be among the dignitaries that will be honored in this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, the Automobile Club de l’Ouest announced Monday.
McNish, a three-time race winner and reigning FIA World Endurance champion, will serve as Grand Marshal for the 82nd running of the event, while two-time Formula One World Champion and Ferrari factory driver Alonso has been named the race starter.