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GP Week : Issue 209
F1 >>> nEWs Toro Rosso has become the first team to incur a grid penalty for using more than the maximum five power units in a season. Daniil Kvyat scored a 10 grid spot penalty after his team was forced to use a new Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) as part of his Renault package. A statement issued by the FIA race stewards at Monza on Saturday said: “The internal combustion engine used by the above driver is the sixth new internal combustion engine for the 2014 championship season and as this is not in conformity with Article 28.4a of the 2014 Formula 1 sporting regulations, I am referring this matter to the stewards for their consideration.” The young Russian drove a strong race and made it to 11th at the flag – although what appeared to be brake failure with two laps to go, when challenging Kimi Raikkonen for a place, provided a character-building moment for the young Russin, who managed to (a) avoid hitting anything and (b) get the car to the finish line. After suffering a number of engine reliability problems in the first half of the season, it is possible that this will not be the last time that Kvyat is put in this position, with a seventh unit likely so he can complete the final six races of the year. A service driven insurance broker for the fast moving world www.ellisclowes.com +4 4 (0)20 7220 0130 Authorised and regulated by the FCA Registered in England and Wales Company no. 07202991 Registered Lloyd’s of London Broker KVYat hit fOr six F1 >>> nEWs Caterham F1 continues to make changes in its management structure as rumours about the team’s future continue to swirl. Christian Albers ended his brief term as team principal after he resigned from his position after the Italian Grand Prix. The former driver, who only joined the team in July, cited “private reasons” for his decision, but there are suggestions that he jumped ship because funding from the team’s low-profile owners failed to materialise on time. Albers has been replaced by Manfred Rivett, previously his deputy and general manager. The news comes shortly after former team owner Tony Fernandez told the Independent newspaper of his relief at leaving the sport. “The economics of the sport is all wrong,” he said last week. “Bar Ferrari, Red Bull, Mercedes and McLaren, everyone else is struggling.” Caterham Dramas COntinue 11 GPWEEK.com // 11 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: