Despite having the faster car for the majority of the 2013 season, Caterham couldn’t steal 10th away from rivals Marussia in the constructors’ standings.
The team, who sported an eye-catching new colour scheme this season, had to divert most of their resources to the 2014 car due to the up-coming regulation changes. The CT03 was very much an evolution of the previous year’s machine that powered them to the top 10 in the teams’ championship for the third consecutive season.
Driving their not-so-new car was a brand new driver pairing, with Charles Pic moving from Marussia to partner long-term F1 tester Giedo van der Garde. After dropping the experienced Heikki Kovalainen, they soon...
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