This comes as no major surprise, but Caterham reserve driver Robin Frijns has now officially parted way with the team.
He confirmed the news via social media this morning.
Frijns began the year as third driver behind race drivers Marcus Ericsson and Kamui Kobayashi, with many regretting the fact the talented young Dutch driver did not have the necessary funding to garner a race seat opportunity.
Still, he made some good strides in preseason testing at Bahrain and had two free practice one appearances, at Bahrain and Silverstone.
But from the time Caterham’s ownership changed hands midseason, Frijns was then out of the frame entirely.
Andre Lotterer and Will Stevens each made their Grand Prix debuts, with Roberto Merhi also getting a handful of drives in FP1.
Frijns is considered by many to be one of the top talents who has yet to make his GP debut, but there do not seem to be any opportunities for him to do so next year unless he finds another reserve role.