Although Giedo van der Garde will have a press conference about his future this afternoon, the news already has been announced that the Amsterdam signed in Caterham F1 team.
Last season the 27-year old driver worked even as test and reserve driver for the British Caterham. RTL News and the Telegraph report that he will be the 2nd Caterham race driver for the 2013 F1 season.
This afternoon, Van der Garde officially announce his new position at a branch of McGregor in Amsterdam. Van der Garde will be the first Dutchman after the departure of Albers in 2007. On 17 March, the new season starts, it will start with the F1 Grand Prix of Australia in Mebourne's Albert Park.
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