Former Marussia driver Max Chilton has his sights set on a 2016 IndyCar seat after joining Carlin to assist with its Indy Lights debut this season
American team Haas Formula 1 have announced they have purchased Marussia’s Banbury factory and plan to use it as a European base
Bernie Ecclestone is certain Marussia can survive after his meetings with its potential investor, though he thinks Caterham will fail to return to the grid in 2015
Haas have denied they are the mysterious prospective buyers of the beleaguered Marussia team which is on the brink of being revived.
Bernie Ecclestone believes Marussia can still survive and met with a potential investor on Wednesday morning.
The Haas Formula 1 team will use the former Marussia factory in Banbury as its European base for its grand prix entry in 2016
There is only one sensible explanation for someone to be coming in to rescue Marussia – and that is that the team would save the new owner money if they are in the process of building up a new F1 operation. Marussia’s debts are the problem, but if the administrator hives these off and leaves […]
• Australia, Malaysia, China, Japan and Russia to start one hour earlier• Marussia could start 2015 F1 season after investor offers lifelineFormula One’s Australian season-opener in Melbourne on 15 March is …
• Australia, Malaysia, China, Japan and Russia to start one hour earlier• Marussia could start 2015 F1 season after investor offers lifelineFormula One’s Australian season-opener in Melbourne …
The outlook for the Manor GP team, formally known as Marussia, has taken a positive turn this week with Sky sources understanding talks with an investment group are at an advanced stage.
Former Marussia boss John Booth rates his moribund team’s chances of racing at the season opening Australian Grand Prix as “pretty high” following today’s decision to cancel a planned auction of team assets scheduled for Wednesday. Booth is in negotiation with a prospective buyer for the squad, which has a provisional entry to race as “Manor F1 Team” […]
• Marussia entered administration in October owing £31m• Talks with investor ‘at a fairly advanced stage’• ‘Teams going bankrupt is nothing new but a solution is …
• Marussia entered administration in October owing £31m• Talks with new investor ‘at a fairly advanced stage’• ‘Teams going bankrupt is nothing new but …
Marussia’s bosses have been given a late boost in their hopes of saving the Formula 1 team, after administrators agreed to stop an auction of its final assets
Marussia could yet be saved before the start of the season after this week’s auction of the team’s remaining assets was cancelled. A team source told this writer last month that an earlier auction, which took place before Christmas, would … Continue reading →
Marussia is closing in on a rescue package which will enable it to return in time for the first race of the 2015 season
The administrators at Marussia have confirmed that an auction planned for this week has been cancelled due to ongoing talks to save the team
Marussia boss John Booth says he is hopeful the team can exit administration and take part in the first race of the new season.
Some hope of survival remains for the troubled Marussia F1 Team as an auction of the team's remaining assets has been postponed to a later date, allowing the team to continue searching for investors.
Former Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says “it’s still certainly possible” for the team to be saved, with Wednesday’s auction of assets having been postponed
Hopes that Marussia could return to the F1 grid have been rekindled after the planned auction of the team’s remaining assets was cancelled.
Hopes that Marussia could return to the F1 grid have been rekindled after the planned auction of the team’s remaining assets was cancelled.
The auction of Marussia’s assets on Wednesday has been postponed until further notice.
Former Marussia boss Graeme Lowdon admits the team’s hopes of returning to the grid in 2015 will be gone completely if a second auction of its assets goes ahead this week
Any remaining hope that Marussia could return to the F1 grid this season will be extinguished if Wednesday’s auction of the team’s equipment goes ahead, former boss Graeme Lowdon has admitted.
Will Stevens is holding out hope Caterham or Marussia will return to the F1 grid in 2015 as he looks to continue his grand prix career.
The Marussia F1 team entered administration with debts of over £31m to trade creditors, it has been revealed.
Gene Haas believes it is “insanity” for a new team to want to start in F1 as a constructor following the demise of Caterham and Marussia
The Marussia Formula 1 team collapsed owing trade creditors UKP31.4 million – with Ferrari alone owed more than half that amount
Marussia team principal John Booth insists there is a “slim hope” of the team making the 2015 grid, saying the team has two weeks to secure investment
Marussia s attempts to make it to the season-ending Abu Dhabi Grand Prix in 2014 cost the team nearly 30,000 after an investor pulled out
Philippe and Christine Bianchi have released a statement on the condition of the stricken Marussia star ahead of the new year
• Former Marussia driver has been in coma since October• ‘Jules continues to fight,’ says family• FIA draws up F1 safety proposals after Bianchi’s crash …
Ferrari and McLaren are set to lose close to a combined £25 million following Marussia’s collapse, according to a report…
Ferrari and McLaren remain significant creditors following the collapse of F1 minnow Marussia, according to official figures.
The Haas F1 Team is set to use Marussia’s factory in Banbury as its European base when it joins the grid in 2016
Signed prints, car parts and umbrellas were among the items up for auction from former Formula One team Marussia on Tuesday.
The assets of collapsed F1 team Marussia go under the hammer in the first of a series of auctions.
• Steering wheels, gearboxes and 2013 chassis up for sale• American tycoon may base Haas F1 team in Oxfordshire• Hamilton beats McIlroy to BBC sports personality award • …
Marussia’s assets will start to be auctioned off by the team’s administrators this week, all but ending hopes the debt-laden outfit can be salvaged.
Despite some very difficult circumstances, both the administrators of Caterham and the people behind the Marussia team are still hopeful of continuing in F1 next season. So do they have any chance? Marussia missed the final three races of the season, having tried to get to Abu Dhabi, while Caterham made it thanks to raising […]
You could be the proud owner of Max Chilton’s former race car, or a set of his overalls, plus team umbrellas, steering wheels and a host of technical equipment from the factory
The assets of collapsed F1 team Marussia – including race and show cars and testing gear – are to be sold at auction.
Will Stevens says his focus over the winter will be on earning a race seat with either Caterham or Marussia should they return to the grid in 2015
Formula 1′s big teams will not be asked to run a third car by the FIA next season, even if Marussia and Caterham fail to return
The Frenchman is still in a serious condition but now breathing unaided in a French hospital following his October horror crash in Japan
• ‘Bianchi did not slow sufficiently to avoid losing control’• Marussia driver still unconscious in French hospital• FIA sets up accident panel to look into crashJules Bianchi did not slow …
• Marussia driver still unconscious in French hospital• ‘Bianchi did not slow sufficiently to avoid losing control’ • FIA sets up accident panel to look into crashJules Bianchi did …
The FIA has suggested the brake-by-wire system on Jules Bianchi’s Marussia Formula 1 car may have hastened his Japanese Grand Prix crash by preventing him from cutting the engine
The plight of Marussia has proved one of Formula 1’s most gut-wrenching stories of the 2014 season.