Andre Lotterer has turned down the chance to make a second appearance for Caterham this weekend at Monza.
Earlier, it was expected Spanish rookie Roberto Merhi, and not the reigning Le Mans winner Lotterer who replaced Kamui Kobayashi at Spa, would be in action this weekend for the Italian grand prix.
But it is believed Merhi, a World Series and DTM driver, has run into trouble with securing from the FIA his mandatory F1 super license.
However, Spain's Diario AS on Wednesday reported that Caterham chief Colin Kolles' 'plan B' was to run Merhi in Friday morning practice, before Lotterer takes over for the rest of the race weekend.
Lotterer is quoted as saying he initially accepted Kolles'...
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