Albers: Caterham making progress already
23 July 2014 – Caterham Team Principal Christijan Albers believes that the squad is already making progress under its new owners.
Tony Fernandes only sold the outfit to a consortium of Swiss and Middle Eastern investors at the start of this month, and while Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson were only 16th and 18th respectively in Germany last weekend – with Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton 15th and 17th for principal rivals Marussia - he insists the outfit is going forward.
"We now have completed two races since taking over the team and I have to say I am pleased with the progress we are making," said Albers, who has taken over at the helm from Cyril Abiteboul.
"In Germany the gap to our competitors was closer than it has been for several races and we are definitely aiming to continue that progress in Hungary.
"We can keep making small but significant improvements across the whole team, both on track and at the factory, and they will contribute to our ongoing development," he added.