Kamui Kobayashi has backed the sweeping changes at Caterham, even though it has put his formula one future in doubt.
After founder Tony Fernandes' sudden sale and departure, the Malaysian team entered the hands of mysterious Swiss-Middle Eastern investors and new bosses Colin Kolles and Christijan Albers.
Almost immediately, 40 staff were controversially axed.
The next possibility is a change in the green-lined cockpits, with Swedish rookie Marcus Ericsson adequately backed but exciting Japanese driver Kobayashi substantially unfunded.
Dutchman Albers admitted recently that he has had talks with the cream of the Red Bull junior programme, Carlos Sainz jr.
When asked about Ericsson and...
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