Jules Bianchi scored the first points of his Formula One career earlier this year with a brilliant drive to ninth place in Monaco – rather apt considering the first Grand Prix the 25-year-old Frenchman ever attended as a child was in Monte Carlo. Discover more of the Ferrari Driver Academy member’s ‘firsts’ in this exclusive interview, including crashes, kisses, cooking and more
The team are struggling financially and I tried to help Marussia F1 team named after product no longer producedMax Chilton has claimed that the confusion around his race seat …
Alexander Rossi was in philosophical mood after missing out on his F1 race debut, and preferred to look on the positives of having had the chance to drive for Marussia in FP1 at Spa before handing the car back to … Continue reading →
Alexander Rossi says the disappointment of being dropped by Marussia after FP1 for the Belgian Grand Prix is part of his role as reserve driver
Unusually, there was more action off track here today as Mercedes yet again dominated practice ahead of Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Team representatives – John Iley (Caterham), Andrew Green (Force India), Dave Greenwood (Marussia), Robert Smedley (Williams), Adrian Newey (Red Bull Racing), James Allison (Ferrari) Q: John, can I start with you? Obviously, a new driver today, tell us how did he go and where do you go from here
Max Chilton says there have been a number of rumours surrounding his situation at Marussia which are untrue, but is unable to explain what was behind his initial replacement at the team
Max Chilton does not think the events in the build-up to this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix will have a lasting effect on his relationship with Marussia
Max Chilton insists that there is more to the story behind his return to the Marussia Formula 1 cockpit at the Belgian Grand Prix that people think.
Marussia remained coy on Friday about exactly why Max Chilton had returned to its Formula 1 cockpit at the Belgian Grand Prix.
Alexander Rossi will not after all make his F1 race debut in Spa after Marussia apparently sorted out its contractual issues with Max Chilton. Rossi was allowed to participate in FP1 and at least get some mileage in the car … Continue reading →
The British driver was removed from the cockpit on Thursday to be replaced by Alexander Rossi but his team have confirmed he will race this weekend
Marussia have confirmed that Max Chilton will be racing in this weekend' Belgian Grand Prix, despite announcing yesterday that he would be replaced by Alexander Rossi for the entire weekend.
Max Chilton will race at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix following a U-turn by Marussia. The team had announced on Thursday that Chilton would be replaced by Alexander Rossi.
Marussia has confirmed to Crash.net that Max Chilton will now race for the team in the Belgian Grand Prix having yesterday been replaced by Alexander Rossi
Briton Max Chilton will race at the Belgian Grand Prix after all following the resolution of a dispute with his Marussia team.
British driver had been dropped for Alexander Rossi Issue said to be over a contractual disputeMax Chilton will compete for Marussia at this weekends Belgian Grand Prix after …
British driver had been dropped for Alexander Rossi Issue said to be over a contractual disputeMax Chilton will compete for Marussia at this weekends Belgian Grand Prix after the team …
British F1 driver had been dropped for Alexander Rossi Confusion said to be over contractual issuesMax Chilton will compete for Marussia at Sundays Belgian Grand Prix …
Marussia have this morning reinstated Max Chilton to his race seat after yesterday handing a Belgian Grand Prix drive to American reserve Alexander Rossi. The Banbury team issued a statement yesterday saying that Rossi would drive in Belgium due to “contractual issues” with Chilton. The British driver then issued a statement saying that he was voluntarily […]
Just hours after money appeared to have dried up on the Briton’s dream, he unexpectedly regains his F1 drive
Briton denies ‘exit’ was the result of money problems but refuses to elaborate further after winning back his seat
Marussia has changed its mind and Max Chilton is back in the car for the race this weekend. One has to presume that the contractual problems have been solved by the arrival of money from the Chilton camp. This is tough on Alexander Rossi as he was looking forward to making his F1 debut.
Kate Walker explains just why Alexander Rossi is exactly the sort of driver Formula One needs right now after Marussia replaced Max Chilton at Spa
Max Chilton will race this weekend after Marussia reversed its decision to give his drive to Alexander Rossi at the Belgian Grand Prix
Max Chilton will race for Marussia at the Belgian Grand Prix after all, his team announced on Friday.
Marussia have opted to reinstate Max Chilton for this weekend’s race at Spa-Francorchamps, just a day after announcing the Briton would be replaced by reserve driver Alexander Rossi due to “contractual issues”. American Rossi will still participate in FP1 for the team, but will then hand over to Chilton for the rest of the weekend
The Marussia F1 Team will provide Alexander Rossi with the opportunity to make his Grand Prix debut at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix in Spa-Francorchamps. Alexander will race alongside Jules Bianchi, substituting for Max Chilton while “contractual issues are resolved”.
As Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button prepare once again for battle on their favourite circuit, the third British driver, Max Chilton, will be cooling his heels in the Ardennes. His Marussia team surprised the paddock here today by announcing that the American driver Alex Rossi, signed earlier this month as their reserve driver, will race the Marussia MR03 this weekend before Sunday’s Belgian Grand Prix.
British driver said to have stepped aside voluntarily so Marussia, who have brought in American Alexander Rossi, could “attract much needed funds by selling his seat”
Alexander Rossi will make his Formula 1 debut this weekend at Spa, replacing Max Chilton at Marussia. Rossi joined the team last month as reserve driver but Chilton has some “contractual issues” that need to be resolved.
Team cite unspecified contractual issues with driver Reserve driver Alexander Rossi will race for Marussia at SpaMax Chiltons future in Formula One is on the line as …
British driver will not compete at Spa because of what Marussia described as contractual problems
Max Chilton apparently agreed to relinquish his F1 ride with Marussia at the Belgian Grand Prix in a bid to help the team financially.
Britain’s Max Chilton has been unexpectedly dropped for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Max Chilton says he voluntarily gave up his Belgian Grand Prix race seat to Alexander Rossi to help Marussia raise funds but expects to be driving again in Italy
America’s Alexander Rossi will make his first F1 race appearance at this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix, following a shake-up in the Marussia camp.
Briton Max Chilton is replaced at Marussia by reserve driver Alexander Rossi for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Drivers – Jules Bianchi (Marussia), Daniil Kvyat (Toro Rosso), Romain Grosjean (Lotus), Felipe Massa (Williams), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull Racing) Q: We had news this week that next season there will be a 17-year-old driver on the grid. Can I have your reaction from a driver’s point of view?
Max Chilton says he voluntarily gave up his Belgian Grand Prix race seat to Alexander Rossi to help Marussia raise funds but expects to be driving again in Italy
But a statement from the British driver says he volunteered to step down “to attract much-needed funds by selling his seat”
Max Chilton says he relinquished his Marussia Formula 1 race seat to Alexander Rossi for the Belgian Grand Prix voluntarily due to financial issues on the team’s side.
Former Caterham reserve driver Alexander Rossi will make his race debut for Marussia at Spa this weekend after the Banbury-based team announced that the Amercian racer will replace Max Chilton for this grand prix, with the Briton being sidelined due to “contractual issues”. Team Principal John Booth said: “Although it was not our intention to offer Alexander the […]
Alexander Rossi will make his F1 race debut for Marussia at Spa this weekend in place of Max Chilton, who is being rested while what the team calls “contractual issues” are resolved. Rossi was recently picked up by Marussia as … Continue reading →
American rookie Alexander Rossi will make his Grand Prix race debut in Belgium this weekend after being drafted in as a late replacement for Max Chilton at Marussia. The team said Chilton, who has raced for the Banbury-based squad since 2013, was being substituted “while contractual issues are resolved”
American rookie Alexander Rossi will make his Grand Prix race debut in Belgium this weekend after being drafted in as a late replacement for Max Chilton at Marussia. The team said Chilton, who has raced for the Russian-owned squad since 2013, was being substituted “while contractual issues are resolved”
American Alexander Rossi will make his Formula 1 racing debut with the Marussia team at the Belgian Grand Prix, replacing Max Chilton
It may be ahead of Caterham and Sauber as F1′s summer break comes to an end, but Marussia isn’t about to start getting complacent.
Jules Bianchi says Marussia does not expect it will retain its current ninth position in the 2014 F1 Constructors’ standings.