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November 17, 2014 6:27 PM

F1 » Button calls on McLaren to ‘fight hard’

Buzz45: I note an air of confidence and affinity with the team all of a sudden. Does he know something good is about to happen? Wishful thinking maybe, but we will find out eventually.
Latest speculations doing the rounds today says K-mag may make way for Alonso and return to testing dutes, while Button will retain his race seat thanks to a significantly reduced remuneration demand.


November 18, 2014 12:03 PM

F1 » Kobayashi retains Caterham F1 drive for Abu Dhabi

GuzziHero: Is it me or has the 'Will Stevens to race for Caterham' article disappeared?
The article disappeared from all web site that carried it yesterday, and again this morning it is being repeated that Koba team mate is not yet decided. This pantomime will only end with its final act after the end of season testing if the cars are still driveable by than.


November 17, 2014 7:15 PM

F1 » Kobayashi retains Caterham F1 drive for Abu Dhabi

The second driver for the race seat was believed to be Joylon Palmer whose father is believed to be interested in acquiring the operation but Joylon has now ruled himself out of driving, there was also the possibility of Will Stephens getting the seat, though the latest word is Maxi. Also the two test seats following the race weekend is said to have been sold, though to who is yet unknown.


November 17, 2014 9:38 PM

F1 » Kobayashi retains Caterham F1 drive for Abu Dhabi

Richard, I have read about Mehri, but not about having a contract to drive. and anyway what does a contract means in this continuing pantomime, even the 230 staff that were made redundant might find out that having been forced by Kolles to transfer their contracts (employment) from caterham sports to 1MRT might cut them off from the protection of the UK government as now they are employed by a Malaysian based address, and they being now made redundant means that a new owner will have no obligations to them.


November 17, 2014 9:26 PM

F1 » Caterham F1 makes 230 staff redundant

As I said elsewhere the stage has been taken over by the funeral organizer and the pantomime continues. A memo from the funeral organizer said that in his opinion the staff were pushing to be made redundant so they could claim statutory remuneration from UK Government body, but the staff deny this, the stuff were made redundant so a new owner will not be under any obligations to reemploy staff nor offer similar positions or terms neither to have to deal with the liability of the current employees outstanding remuneration, the stuff were forced by Kolles to Transfer their contracts to 1MRT from Caterham sports limited, 1MRT address is in Malaysia, whether staff employed by a Malaysian based company would qualify for UK statutory redundancy is in doubt.

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