The Worst Car On The Grid: Caterham F1 Team Mid-Season Report

Martin Brundle described their front nosecone as a “brick” that “can’t possibly be aerodynamic,” and he’s right. I thought they were being adventurous with their front aero package pre-season, but as the results have shown on track, Caterham are looking more like HRT than the promising upstart they were at the end of 2012. It hasn’t

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Consistency Is The Key: Marussia Mid-Season Report

Who would’ve thought Marussia would be setting in the constructors championship ahead of both Caterham and Sauber? Whilst their result in Monaco was somewhat forceful, its still shows progress for the Oxfordshire-based outfit after they managed to beat Caterham to 10th place in the constructors last year. Their consistency on the grid has been unrivalled,

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