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  • Well, it's official

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    Chris
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    A day you don't go a hundred is a day wasted

  • #2
    I bet it has cup holders...
    Paul. Birkin S3 /Dunnel zetec/emerald ECU

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    • #3
      And now this: Tony Fernandes to step down as team principal of Caterham F1
      | | Sean

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      • #4
        Given their lack of improvement this year this is a good thing. They've been very disappointing - I for one expected at least a little more out of them. In recent races they've been having trouble going faster than the HRTs.
        Chris
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        A day you don't go a hundred is a day wasted

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        • #5
          I have driven a bunch of Peugeot and Renault cars in the 80s and always liked them. But these were plain vanillas.
          Anyway, this move confuses me. A Caterham with a Renault diamond on the grille? Where is the Britishness here?

          I am also wondering if they leave the eccentric Seven niche, Caterham will suddenly compete in a more consumer type market (see Paul's cup holder comment). An A/C will probably be on the list, too.
          Not sure if that works but if they are successful and if the car is exciting, why not. As for the Sevens, I guess they will still last for some time but eventually it may not support Caterham any more and be cost cut or sold off. I believe that has happened before, for a fistful of GBP or so...
          Last edited by slomove; November 7, 2012, 05:33 PM.

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          • #6
            I had a Lotus Europa with a Renault motor.... Ford twin-cam was a lot better;)

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