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There will be more changes, warns Kolles

– Colin Kolles has warned there will be more changes at the Caterham F1 Team over the coming months as the new owners look to ensure the squad survives and 'bring it to calm waters'.Tony Fernandes' decision to sell the outfit was announced in the build-up to the British Grand Prix last week, with a mysterious 'consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors' taking over – little else is known.Kolles, who was Team Principal at Force India and HRT, has now been installed as an 'adviser', with former F1 driver Christijan Albers taking over the day-to-day running of the outfit as CEO."I think we have made a lot of progress. There will be more changes, more things to be done. I...
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