Kamui Kobayashi articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Caterham confirm Kobayashi will drive at home 1st October 2014, 6:14
Kamui Kobayashi will compete in his home grand prix at Suzuka this weekend, Caterham have confirmed, while Roberto Merhi will drive in practice again.
Kamui Kobayashi’s Route to F1 26th September 2014, 12:45
Next week’s Japanese Grand Prix could be Kamui Kobayashi’s last drive before his home crowd. Here’s how Toyota led him to an F1 debut at Suzuka five years ago.
Kobayashi returns as Merhi gets first practice run 4th September 2014, 8:01
Kamui Kobayashi will return for Caterham at Monza this weekend but Roberto Merhi will drive his car during the first practice session.
Lotterer confirmed in Kobayashi’s seat at Spa 20th August 2014, 12:03
Andre Lotterer will make a surprise Formula One debut in this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, taking Kamui Kobayashi’s place at Caterham.
Kobayashi disappointed his last-lap pass didn’t count 20th April 2014, 14:03
Kamui Kobayashi said he was pleased with his race despite losing a position due to a quirk of the rules.
Caterham has “a lot more potential” – Kobayashi 27th March 2014, 8:38
Kamui Kobayashi says Caterham haven’t begun tapping the potential of their CT05 after a series of problems during the first race weekend of the season.
Kobayashi not responsible for Massa crash – stewards 16th March 2014, 9:27
The FIA stewards have ruled Kamui Kobayashi was not responsible for causing the first-corner collision with removed him and Felipe Massa from the race.
Felipe Massa says Kamui Kobayashi should receive a race ban for causing a crash on the first lap in Melbourne.
Caterham duo rue disastrous first day 14th March 2014, 9:20
Caterham’s drivers were left none the wiser about their car’s potential in Melbourne after completing just three laps between them in today’s two practice sessions.
Renault expected struggle before test – Kobayashi 3rd February 2014, 12:29
Kamui Kobayashi says Renault’s struggles in the first test of the season at Jerez did not come as a complete surprise to their engineers.