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May 15th, 2013
Takuma Sato has no plans to use this season’s strong form in IndyCar as a springboard to push for a Formula 1 return.
October 2nd, 2012
HRT boss Luis Perez-Sala believes Formula 1 needs to consider allowing customer cars again, and fears engine costs in 2014 could kill off small teams. Customer cars have not been permitted in F1 since the early 1980s, with loopholes that allowed Toro Rosso and Super Aguri to use chassis based on respective sister teams Red Bull and Honda’s year-old equipment were closed at the end of the last decade
September 28th, 2012
IndyCar driver Takumo Sato will make his sportscar debut in OAK Racing’s new LMP1 contender at the Fuji World Endurance Championship round. The Honda-contracted Japanese driver will drive the OAK-Pescarolo LMP1, powered by the Honda Performance Development V8 engine, with team regulars Bertrand Baguette and Dominik Kraihamer at Fuji on October 14 and then the WEC finale at China’s Shanghai circuit at the end of the month. The new HPD-engined version of the 2012 OAK P1 was given a shakedown by Sato at Magny-Cours on Thursday.
August 20th, 2012
Caterham moved in to its new Leafield factory on Monday, with the team finally able to begin work following the enforced summer shutdown.
April 13th, 2012
Giedo van der Garde felt he delivered the maximum he could for Caterham in his first appearance in a grand prix weekend practice session at Shanghai on Friday. The Dutchman has previous Formula 1 testing experience with Spyker/Force India, Super Aguri and Renault, as well as trying the 2012 Caterham in winter testing this year, but had not run in a GP weekend itself prior to China. Van der Garde took 19th place in the first practice session, which saw damp conditions
February 15th, 2012
Caterham chief technical officer Mike Gascoyne is confident that the team’s mid-season move to a new factory will not affect its competitiveness this season.
February 11th, 2012
Giedo van der Garde believes he can start exploring the potential of the Caterham CT01 when he next gets a chance in the car after a productive debut test for the team at Jerez on Thursday. The Dutchman has previous Formula 1 test experience with Spyker/Force India, Super Aguri and Renault, but prior to Jerez had not been in a car since last September’s Monza GP2 event. He said that meant the Caterham test was largely a reacclimatisation experience.
February 4th, 2012
Giedo van der Garde will be the Caterham Formula 1 team’s reserve driver for the 2012 season. The 26-year-old Dutchman has raced in GP2 since winning the 2008 Formula Renault 3.5 title, and was fifth in the ’11 GP2 standings.
September 8th, 2011
Hideki Mutoh will return to the IndyCar fold when the series travels to Motegi, Japan, for the 16th round of the season next weekend. Mutoh will race for the Sam Schmidt Motorsport squad alongside 2011 regular Alex Tagliani, who currently lies 12th in the overall championship. Mutoh made his IndyCar debut for Super Aguri Panther Racing in 2007, and stayed in the series until 2010.
March 26th, 2010
Austrian investment company Superfund will not apply for a Formula 1 grid slot for 2011. The company, run by Austrian businessman and motorsport enthusiast Christian Baha, had sought an entry for 2010, but missed out on one of the new team slots that were awarded to Manor Grand Prix (now Virgin), Campos Meta 1 (now HRT) and Team US F1
February 18th, 2010
Takuma Sato will return to racing in the IndyCar Series this year after completing a deal with KV Racing. The former Formula 1 driver has been on the sidelines since his Super Aguri team folded in mid-2008
October 9th, 2009
It is now a year and a half since Takuma Sato dropped out of Formula 1 along with the Super Aguri team. He missed out on a Toro Rosso seat despite a string of winter tests, and has since been linked with an IndyCar drive.
October 9th, 2009
Takuma Sato says he is determined to return to racing in 2010 – and that he will only look at options beyond Formula 1 when all hopes of a grand prix drive have been exhausted. The Japanese driver has not raced since his Super Aguri team folded before the 2008 Turkish Grand Prix, and he missed out on a Toro Rosso seat for this year after a winter testing shoot-out with Sebastien Buemi and Sebastien Bourdais. Sato has attended several IndyCar races and been linked to a seat with Gil de Ferran’s planned team