Jobs will be lost after Caterham's change of ownership, new team 'advisor' Colin Kolles has admitted.
"I prefer to have 200 safe jobs than 300 lost jobs," the Romanian, who has appointed former Minardi driver Christijan Albers to front the team now owned by mystery Swiss-Middle Eastern owners, told Reuters.
"Sometimes you have to make unpopular decisions," he insisted.
We reported this week that, during the Silverstone weekend, the logos of 2014 sponsor General Electric were removed from the green livery.
And on race day, the backing by Airbus - a deal clearly brokered by the now-departed aviation entrepreneur Tony Fernandes - was also blacked out.
But Kolles denied that...
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