Petrov waiting for Caterham to call says manager 27 December, 2012 Dec.27 (GMM) Vitaly Petrov’s future hopes lie with Caterham, as the Russian bids to stay in Formula One for a fourth, consecutive season in 2013. His manager, Oksana Kosachenko, admitted that while there is also still a race seat vacancy at Force India, the 28-year-old driver is only waiting on Caterham’s call. “At the moment, all the necessary work on our part is done – and it’s for Caterham to decide,” she told sportbox.ru. Admitting that talks with other teams had all fallen through, Kosachenko insisted it is “difficult to say” whether Caterham will make its decision in the days immediately after Christmas. She told f1news.ru: “Yes, Vitaly is among the contenders, however, so are six [other] drivers.” Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsCaterham and Frijns part waysCaterham continue to fight for F1 survivalTrulli: Failed small teams gave nothing to Formula 1Caterham allowed to use 2014 F1 car next yearCaterham hopeful buyer will come throughStevens to test with Caterham in Abu DhabiCaterham administrator to probe ex-managementCaterham thanks F1 world for help with comebackStevens to make F1 debut with Caterham in Abu DhabiCaterham: A million thanks to crowd funding investors Bec Petrov is the most cost effective driver in F1.