F1 » Highs and lows for Caterham at Silverstone


Caterham Racing admitted that the Silverstone weekend had been an up and down ride for them, with the worst moment coming when Vitaly Petrov didn't even make it to the starting grid.

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NC - Unregistered

July 09, 2012 1:47 PM

So this is Caterhams High..........

'And there had been much to take heart from at Silverstone for Caterham, including Heikki Kovalainen's solid and trouble-free run to 17th.'

And Petrov "This has been a positive weekend"

wow p17 a lap down the car looked slow and 1 DNS after all the talk of updates lucky Fernandes is easy pleased...

Steve - Unregistered

July 09, 2012 2:42 PM

I like Caterham and all, but lets get real here.

Even Super Aguri had made a lot more progress when they joined F1 than any of the current 3 new teams. Especially in a season so competitive amongst the other 7-9 teams, only Caterham has managed to get out of Q1, and always been bottom of Q2 afterwards.

Fact is, there's still way too much work left to do before any progress is made now with Caterham. Once they compete for points, then they can say they've had progress but truth is they're now stalling at what they're achieving currently.

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