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Kamui Kobayashi says he is keeping his options open after being told he may not last the season at Caterham

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Mustafur

August 05, 2014 1:42 AM

If you read the aricle its basically the same thing said since last month.

Koba should be doing everything he can to get in Talks with Honda to either get in Mclaren or get Honda to fund a seat in a team and give them Honda power.

Thr japanese Manufacters have a good record helping out japanese drivers, considering Koba really is Japans best ever F1 Driver they surely will help.

ZEDX

August 04, 2014 11:21 AM

This story seems to be dragging-on... just a few weeks ago, it was looking like Sainz Jr was going to take over from KK, . but that hasn't happened!
Must be de-motivating... am I in, or out? but he appears to be staying chipper about it all, so credit to him.

EdOz

August 04, 2014 5:45 AM

I feel for KK, the guy has shown he can drive and that's despite having some of the most uncompetitive cars in F1 short of a HRT, maybe.

Now, you'd think that with Honda coming back to the main game as an engine supplier, a Japanese driver would be an asset no?

mrfill

August 03, 2014 11:45 PM

Having read the full interview, it doesn't actually say anywhere that he has 'been told he may not last the season at Caterham'.
It does say that they don't know and are thinking about things, which is not the same thing at all.

LJ

August 03, 2014 7:06 PM

It would be foolish to get rid of this guy, he's driving for free and brings a hell of a lot more to the team than a rookie would.

If they actually bring some significant updates to the car, he'll be the one to maximize the performance.

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