Caterham will be getting its removalist and tradespeople working around the clock as it finally begins its long-awaited move to the former headquarters of the Arrows and Super Aguri F1 teams at Leafield.
The Tony Fernandes-owned team has been running out of a small headquarters in Hingham in Norfolk, but its bigger factory will serve as the headquarters for its F1 and GP2 operations, along with its broader range of companies that sit under the Caterham Group umbrella, including its car manufacturing arm.
The fit-out of the factory is already underway, and the team will move in during the four-week break after the Hungarian Grand Prix.
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