German Le Mans racing driver Andre Lotterer is rumoured to be on the verge of making his F1 debut with reports claiming he will drive for Caterham.
The 32-year-old, a three-time Le Mans 23 Hours winner, will reportedly replace Kamui Kobayashi at the Belgian Grand Prix this weekend.
Both Kobayashi and rookie team-mate Marcus Ericsson are facing uncertain futures after the team were taken over by a consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors just over a month ago. Lotterer does have ties to Caterham through team adviser Colin Kolles - the man who also brokered the Caterham sale to the consortium - as he drove Kolles' Audi R10 TDI in the 2009 Le Mans.
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