Colin Kolles during the British Grand Prix
Caterham's new owners aim to keep the struggling team in Formula One for years to come but tough decisions must be made for that to happen, the man overseeing the transition has warned.
Former F1 team principal Colin Kolles, who has been brought in as an 'adviser' but is seen as the key figure calling the shots behind the scenes, told Reuters in an interview that he had a clear plan.
'I think we have made a lot of progress. There will be more changes, more things to be done. I prefer to have 200 safe jobs than 300 lost jobs,' said the 46-year-old Romanian-born German.
'Sometimes you have to make unpopular decisions. But believe me, I think certain...
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