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GP Week : Issue 202
+1000 pages 624 pages Don’t stay out of the Business ! The only reference books that keep you updated with motor racing Motorsports Formula One Each new edition 100% researched & updated ! In depth information on the major players of the 2014 field. Teams, drivers, engine manufacturers, cars, key people, sponsors & suppliers, media, marketing & PR, organisers, circuits, officials, etc. Companies and key people with positions, contact details, emails, addresses, websites, logo, color portrait pictures and a lot more. Tel: +44 (0) 20 71930 686 - Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Order now on our secure website - www.whoworksin.com The difficulty in running a Formula 1 team has been underlined with reports out of Malaysia that the Caterham F1 team is for sale. According to financial website The Edge Malaysia, team owner Tony Fernandes is looking to find a buyer for his team and his Caterham Cars concern, and has distributed an ‘information memorandum’ among potential buyers in the Middle East. The reported asking price for the companies is in the region of US$500m. Fernandes, who own AirAsia, Tune Hotels and English Premier League football team Queens Park Rangers among other business interests, came into Grand Prix racing in 2010 after buying what was then known as Lotus Racing. The team has not scored a point in four seasons, and is yet to score one this year – as is Sauber. Caterham’s chances of getting into the top 10 in the Constructors’ Championship this year took a blow at Monaco when Jules Bianchi scored two points for finishing ninth for the rival Marussia team. Only the top 10 teams in the Constructors’ Championship earn a share of the team’s allocation of ‘FOM’ money for the following season. CATERHAM FOR SALE? F1 >>> nEWs 12 GPWEEK.com // 12 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: