Caterham has released a statement in response to claims from its former staff who parted company with the team ahead of the German Grand Prix.
The British team has recently undergone a change in ownership following Tony Fernandes' sale to a consortium made up of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors. Former Minardi and Midland driver Christijan Albers has become team principal, with his ex-boss Colin Kolles brokering the deal.
It was confirmed that over forty staff had left the team, and this group released a statement last week expressing its intentions to take legal action against the new owners following their unfair dismissal
Today, the team has countered this statement with one of its...
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