The CT05 was third and last F1 car constructed by Caterham F1, the team was folded after 2014 season. The car was designed by Mark Smith, Lewis Butler and Hari Roberts, and powered by Renault V6 turbo engine developing 600 hp + 160 hp with kinetic energy recovery system (KERS). It was driven by F1 debutant Marcus Ericsson and Kamui Kobayashi. Three-time 24 Hours of Le Mans winner André Lotterer also competed for the team, replacing Kobayashi for the Belgian Grand Prix. Ericsson terminated his contract with the team prior to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and was replaced by Will Stevens. He eventually finished the season in 19th position, highest of the Caterham drivers that took part in 2014.
|Marcus Ericsson||9||Caterham F1 Team|