Puzzled heads are being scratched in the Formula 1 paddock, the day after the struggling Caterham team changed hands with immediate effect earlier this week.
Malaysian aviation entrepreneur Tony Fernandes' 100 per cent sale of the team was confirmed late on Wednesday, a media statement saying Caterham is now owned by 'a consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors'.
The statement, however, did not name the investors, and sources insist they will remain ‘in the background' while Caterham is run now by HRT's Colin Kolles and Manfredi Ravetto, and former Minardi driver Christijan Albers.
The veteran correspondent for the Swiss newspaper Blick, however, is concerned, 'The whole...
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