Administrator Over Caterham F1 Team Wants The Team To Keep Racing

Although Caterham has been given approval by the FIA to miss the next two Formula One grands prix at Austin and Brazil due to ongoing financial difficulties, the representative for the administrator who has taken control of the team's assets, Finbarr O'Connell, says that the team is more valuable if they keep racing. » 10/24/14 3:25pm Yesterday 3:25pm

Caterham F1 Blasts Former Owner, Former Owner Says He Was Never Paid

Earlier this summer, the Caterham F1 Team was sold by reputable businessman Tony Fernandes to a group of investors. The investors are now taking issue with how the sale has gone down, as Fernandes is yet to transfer ownership. Fernandes's response? "If you buy something, you should pay for it." » 10/23/14 10:22am Thursday 10:22am

Kobayashi Hints At Caterham Parts Shortage In Most Awkward Interview…

Kamui Kobayashi retired inexplicably mid-race during the Formula One Russian Grand Prix, and his post-retirement interview was just as baffling. He couldn't explain why Caterham wanted to pull the car he was racing. Perhaps a few too many items were seized earlier this month? » 10/12/14 5:01pm 10/12/14 5:01pm

Old Formula One Cars Were Way More Complicated Than You Think

We always like to marvel at the wonder that is the Formula One steering wheel. They look like control panels out of an alien spaceship, especially compared to the steering wheels from the 1980s. But that's not because the cars were simpler, or were less fiddly. They were still just as nuts. » 10/10/14 11:21am 10/10/14 11:21am

What Does 'Severe Head Injury' Really Mean? F1's Former Doctor Explains

Head injury is often divided into mild, moderate and severe. These definitions depend on a classification system called the Glasgow Coma Score (GCS). This is a standardized score used worldwide that gauges the depth of coma, and allows tracking of a patient's condition. Here's what it means. » 10/06/14 1:32pm 10/06/14 1:32pm