Former Marussia driver Max Chilton will switch to sportscar racing in 2015 after signing to drive for Nissan in the World Endurance Championship.
Manor also announced Will Stevens as their first driver for the new campaign and now the FIA has approved their entry for the 2015 season.
The returning team’s place on the grid has been confirmed on the latest FIA list of competing teams in the 2015 world championship season
The Manor-Marussia F1 Team is included on the latest draft of the 2015 Formula 1 entry list, while Caterham has been officially removed.
Marussia are named on a 10-team entry list for the start of the 2015 Formula 1 season.
Manor-Marussia’s hopes of making the Australian Grand Prix take another step forward as it is featured on the updated F1 entry list for 2015
Marussia have moved another step closer to returning to Formula One racing after governing body the FIA approved their entry for the 2015 season
Marussia has been included on the revised 2015 entry list under the name Manor Marussia F1 Team, subject to compliance with this year’s regulations
• Team can now collect £30m prize money from 2014• Englishman Will Stevens to be one of their driversManor Marussia are have been confirmed …
• Team can now collect £30m prize money from 2014• Englishman Will Stevens to be one of their driversManor Marussia are set to be confirmed on …
• Team can now collect £30m prize money from 2014• Englishman Will Stevens to be one of their driversManor Marussia are set to be confirmed …
Manor have been included on an updated F1 entry list published by the FIA as the team’s 11th-hour bid to return to the grid for the Australian GP gathers pace.
The Manor team’s 11th-hour bid to return to the F1 grid for the 2015 season-opener is continuing to pick up momentum with exactly two weeks to go until the Australian GP weekend begins.
The main investor behind the revival of the Manor Marussia F1 team is energy firm boss Stephen Fitzpatrick.
The Manor Marussia F1 Team has announced the signing of Will Stevens as a racing driver for the 2015 Formula One season while noting it is on track to be present at the Australian Grand Prix in just 2 weeks time.
Marussia are hoping to be on the grid for the 2015 season-opener in Australia, and have announced Will Stevens as their first driver. The team say their 2015 car is in an “advanced stage of build”, and are aiming to have it ready in time for it to be transported to Melbourne. Stevens said he is enthusiastic about the team’s prospects
Manor Marussia F1 has announced that it plans to be in Melbourne – and that Briton Will Stevens will be one of the race drivers. In the light of the team not being permitted to run its 2014 chassis it … Continue reading →
The Manor Marussia F1 team claims to be “making huge strides” towards a return to the grid at the opening race of the season and has named Will Stevens as one of its drivers
Will Stevens lauds the hard work and effort of the Manor Marussia F1 team following the announcement it will be racing in the Australian Grand Prix
The former Marussia team, now known as Manor, name Englishman Will Stevens as their first race driver for the new season.
Manor Marussia announces its full intention to race in the 2015 Australian Grand Prix, confirming Will Stevens as one of its drivers.
Britain’s Will Stevens has been announced as the renamed Manor team’s first driver for the 2015 season – with the outfit insisting they are on course to return to the grid at the season-opening Australian GP.
Manor Marussia announces its full intention to race in the 2015 Australian Grand Prix, confirming Will Stevens as one of its drivers.
Felipe Massa wants to see more cars on the F1 grid, but sees no use in permitting teams that could be significant off the pace.
Manor-Marussia’s bid to get back on the F1 grid is given a boost as Ferrari confirms it will supply 2014 engines for its burgeoning bid.
Ferrari has verbally agreed a deal to supply Manor Grand Prix with a 2014 engine so it can return to the grid this season
Administrators say deal “creates a platform for the company to continue within Formula One” ahead of 2015 season
Marussia sign deal to exit administration in bid to race in F1 in 2015, with reported backing from ex-Sainsbury’s boss.
Manor Grand Prix, the team formerly known as Marussia, has taken an important step towards a return to the F1 grid after it exited administration on Thursday
Manor – Marussia formally exits administration as it continues to make plans for a return to F1 in 2015.
Marussia/Manor’s move to a Company Voluntary Agreement has been approved, which in effect means that the team can take the next steps towards returning to the grid. Today had been earmarked a fortnight ago as the date for the move … Continue reading →
Claire Williams insists that not every member of the F1 Strategy Group was opposed to Manor’s bid to take up Marussia’s 2015 entry.
Red Bull have signed young British pair Dean Stoneman and Callum Ilott to their junior team for the 2015 season, as the firm continue their search for future F1 stars.
Williams say they would have been happy for Marussia to use a 2014 car to return to the grid in the new season.
Williams says it wanted Marussia back on the grid this season and would have voted for it returning with a 2014 car if it meant saving the team
Gian Carlo Minard says without a team like Marussia, higher profile teams would instead find themselves making up the last row of the F1 grid in 2015.
Force India Deputy Team Principal Bob Fernley has placed some of the blame for the team’s delayed preparations for the 2015 season at the feet of collapsed rivals Caterham and Marussia. At the weekend Fernley told the BBC that after sitting out 2015′s opening test in Jerez, the Silvestone outfit will also not have its new car […]
Force India team principal Bob Fernley says the team’s decision to miss the first two tests of 2015 is an indirect result of the collapse of both Caterham and Marussia
Former Formula 1 team boss Gian Carlo Minardi has accused the sport’s bigger outfits of being short sighted in blocking Marussia’s bid to return
With both Marussia and Caterham going into administration last year, the F1 grid got reduced to a tiny 18 cars race. I personally find that an embarrassment for F1, acting as FIA’s most prestigious formula, yet also fielding almost the lowest car amount among the FIA open wheel series.
Marussia have reiterated their determination to return to F1 in 2015, despite the sport’s Strategy Group resolving to block their proposed comeback.
The Force India deputy team principal, Bob Fernley, has accused Marussia of “a really poor show” in a bid to claim a place on the Formula One grid for this season.
Marussia insists it can return to the grid despite the F1 Strategy Group attempting to deny it entry on Thursday
Bosses of the former Marussia F1 team say they will press ahead with plans to race from the start of the 2015 season.
Marussia insists its bid to get back on the Formula 1 grid for 2015 is viable, and that it will satisfy all the required conditions to return
Marussia/Manor GP CEO Graeme Lowdon has responded to suggestions from Force India’s Bob Fernley to the effect that the team did not provide any “substance” when asking to run its 2014 car this year – and has emphasised that the … Continue reading →
The troubled outfit had hoped to return under the name Manor Grand Prix, but put on a “poor show” according to one F1 chief
Force India deputy team principal Bob Fernley said Marussia did not proved the necessary documentation and evidence to convince the F1 Strategy Group to facilitate its return to the grid this year
Fellow strugglers Force India put the knife in over hopes for special dispensation
Yesterday’s meeting of the F1 Strategy Group appears to have resolved not to allow the Justin King-led coalition, which is seeking to rescue the Marussia team, to run 2014 cars. The team’s hopes rested on unanimous acceptance of the proposal, as an appearance on this year’s grid would amount to a rule change for 2015.