The distinctive nose at the front of Caterham's 2014 car could be the popular victim of a development push by the backmarker team.
"New management, new nose, new hope," read a report in the German-language Speed Week, as it referred to Caterham's plans to press ahead in the wake of the Tony Fernandes era.
Caterham is currently last in the constructors' standings, after its traditional backmarker rival Marussia finally broke into the points in Monaco.
Finishing last in 2014 - a statistic new bosses Colin Kolles and Christijan Albers are determined to avoid - could mean the loss of about $20 million in official prize-money.
And so it seems Caterham's mysterious new Swiss-Middle...
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