Caterham passes crash tests with 2014 car 16 December, 2013 FIA test file photo Caterham has become the second Formula 1 team to announce that it is right on track to debut its all new 2014 car. Last week, Sauber beat all of its rival teams by announcing that the FIA’s mandatory static and dynamic tests were passed by the new C33 chassis, meaning the car is now “officially homologated” ahead of winter testing. Caterham has now followed suit. “We have successfully completed the two crash tests for homologation of our 2014 chassis,” the team said on Twitter, adding that it was “great news”. A video summary of the Caterham tests can be seen at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QhTObVI2C8M Caterham, having finished the 2013 season in last place, is yet to announce its driver lineup for next year. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsCaterham report from Hungarian Grand PrixCaterham: The car has improved quite a bitOver 40 dismissed Caterham staff to sue teamCaterham: We are making positive progressHungarian Grand Prix: Caterham preview BudapestCaterham: Pleased to get a double finishCaterham report from Hockenheim QualifyingKobayashi jumps to safety from burning carMid-season driver changes for Caterham and Sauber?Caterham confirm dismissals and announce new appointments McLarenfan Congratulations to all at Caterham! I didn’t know Crashtor Malfunctinardo was working at the crash test center. ? fools still using step noses? McLarenfan @fools: That is last years Williams not even a Caterham the reconing is a drooping nose.