Andre Lotterer (middle) is a Le Mans winner
The Formula 1 report mill is alight with speculation that Caterham are set to axe Kamui Kobayashi and replace him with Le Mans winner Andre Lotterer for the Belgian Grand Prix and beyond.
After Kobayashi admitted recently his race seat may not be safe in the wake of the Leafield based team's sale and subsequent shakeup, the big report now is that the Japanese is set to be replaced by 2014 Le Mans winner Lotterer who currently drives for the works Audi team.
Lotterer, 32, made his debut at the fabled 24 hour race a few years ago for Colin Kolles, Caterham's new advisor who appointed another former driver Christijan Albers as team boss.
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