mikeerfol wrote:Wait, so it will run the 2014 nose?
the nose update done a while ago actually could be concidered a 2015-nose.
I'd say Caterham has done every effort to just use every little dime they could find
and every resource to be able to present a 2015-ready car including 2 grid spots.
Whether it'll actually perform is a different story alltogether.
It would interest me to see what would happen if some buyer comes along and hammers in
a mercedes engine.
I'm just glad it seems the Forza Rossa plot seemingly came to a halt after elections cut short
any prospects of a government/politically backed romanian F1 adventure. I'm not that high
on what Tony did to the team, but the way the team was handled [ i'd say its foul play ] with
the eye on shifting it into Forza Rossa in 2015 was a disgrace.
it's sad though that even in this new F1 concept these teams have found no way of catching
up to the established teams. Which really makes me wonder;
what is the general fault behind the fact neither newcomer was able to come even remotely
close to the 'established' field? Was it leadership? Was it money shortage? Was it the personel?
And realistically speaking; what options does this team have for 2015? I think it's clear as day
there will be no Caterham on the 2015 grid, but that doesnt mean the car and grid spots won't
be used for 2015 by a buyer.
IF somebody were so crazy as to buy this debacle....realistically speaking, what to expect from
it for 2015?