No action will be taken against Manor Marussia after an investigation into Maria de Villota’s testing accident, the Health and Safety Executive confirmed.
An investigation into Maria de Villota’s accident when testing a Marussia Formula 1 car in 2012 has concluded no action will be taken against the parties involved
Former Formula 1 team Marussia will not face any action over the testing crash that saw the late Maria de Villota lose her right eye, the Health and Safety Executive have said.
No action is to be taken against the former Marussia Formula 1 team after test driver Maria de Villota suffered a major crash in 2012.
Jules Bianchi’s condition has been described by his father as “stagnant” as he continues to fight for his life following the serious head injuries he sustained in a Formula 1 crash at last season’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi’s condition has been described by his father as “stagnant” as he continues to fight for his life following the serious head injuries he sustained in a Formula 1 crash at last season’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi’s father has said that his condition is “stagnant” and admitted that the Frenchman’s family must therefore consider the worst possible outcome.
A number of drivers were caught out by the slippery track conditions in Monaco practice as the race weekend got underway.
Manor Marussia president Graeme Lowdon has been delighted with the job Will Stevens has done since joining the team.
Manor-Marussia rookie Will Stevens is looking forward to more familiar tracks on the F1 schedule, and the ability to continue proving that he deserves a place at motorsport’s top table.
Former world champion Jacques Villeneuve has suggested F1 backmarker Manor-Marussia would be better off on a lower rung of the motorsport ladder…
Despite being slowed at the start of the Bahrain Grand Prix, F1 rookie Will Stevens can see progress every time he takes to the track with the Manor-Marussia team.
Ferrari and McLaren Honda were not the only team to take large steps forward in Malaysia; Manor Marussia managed to get both cars running on track on Friday, but only one qualified and raced. That has brought the team more peer criticism, so what is going on at the team? After appearing, but not running in […]
The Manor Marussia F1 Team’s Roberto Merhi took his first chequered flag of the 2015 season at Sepang today, finishing the 2015 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix in 15th place.
The FIA has taken a lenient approach with Manor Marussia and has allowed both drivers to start despite neither officially qualifying for the Malaysian GP. Roberto Merhi did not make the 107% cut while Will Stevens did not run at … Continue reading →
What did we learn from a qualifying session at Sepang interrupted by rain ahead of the Malaysia Grand Prix?
President Graeme Lowdon says Manor Marussia can overcome technical difficulties to make their F1 season bow in Malaysia.
Team president Graeme Lowdon says Manor Marussia have a “gap in their progress” for the 2015 Formula 1 season
Manor Marussia boss John Booth says the team’s remarkable comeback to the grid would have been impossible were it not for Jules Bianchi’s ninth-place finish in Monaco last season
Sky Sports has learnt Manor Marussia will pay unsecured creditors, including Ferrari and McLaren, 1.262p for every pound they were owed when the team entered administration.
Bernie Ecclestone has said that Manor will have to pay their freight costs to and from Australia after failing to take part in the opening race of the season in Melbourne.
Having crashed into administration with total debts of £63.6m, Formula 1 team Marussia will pay back unsecured creditors only a fraction of what they are owed
The FIA’s investigation into Manor Marussia’s failure to participate in qualifying could have serious ramifications. There is a question as to the definition of participation. One view is that by turning up, passing scrutineering with legal cars and having two … Continue reading →
• Former Marussia F1 team yet to make it out on to Albert Park circuit• FIA far from impressed with team’s failure to take part in qualifyingManor have …
The 23-year-old faces a race against time to get the green light to compete in Melbourne as engineers try to reconfigure last season’s Marussia software
Team personnel are busy putting the final touches on their preparations for the opening round of the season in Melbourne this weekend and there are new regulation boundaries that they must come to terms with. Stability in the rules means that Mercedes have retained much of their advantage and Manor/Marussia are set to run substantially the […]
Haas F1 team is confident of making its debut in 2016 after hiring key staff and acquiring Marussia’s ex-headquarters.
Haas F1 has confirmed the purchase of Marussia’s Banbury base and the appointment of key technical staff, including former McLaren designer Rob Taylor and former IndyCar chassis designer Ben Agathangelou
Formula 1 newcomers Haas F1 has completed the purchase of former team Marussia’s Banbury factory and named its new management team as it gears up for its debut in the sport in 2016
Gene Haas’s fledgling Formula One team say they are on target to be on the grid for the start of next season, following the recent procurement of a European factory and some key staff hirings. To augment Haas’s United States home in Kannapolis, North Carolina, the team have bought Marussia’s former UK base in Banbury
The Haas F1 Team have confirmed they have purchased Marussia’s Banbury base and have named ex- Ferrari and Red Bull staff in key positions.
The grid for the 2015 Formula One season has at last been finalised after Manor Marussia confirmed Roberto Merhi as their second driver.
• Spanish driver ‘preparing for return’ having been ruled out of Australian GP• Fernando Alonso crash in testing still shrouded in uncertainty• Manor Marussia name Roberto Mehri as second …
Manor Marussia have confirmed that 23-year-old Roberto Merhi as their second driver for the 2015 Formula One season as the team prepares to return to the grid at this weekend’s race in Melbourne.
• Spaniard makes step up to ‘something I have dreamed of many times’• Flavio Briatore describes Fernando Alonso accident as ‘very strange’• F1 preview: Hamilton has no space for baggage …
The Manor Marussia  team have announced that Spanish driver Roberto Merhi will race alongside Beriton Will Stevens “for the opening rounds” of the 2015 season. The 23-year-old who last year finished third in the Formula Renault 3.5 series behind winner Carlos Sainz and fellow Red Bull junior Pierre Gasly, drove three practice sessions for Caterham last season, in […]
Spain’s Roberto Merhi is named as the second driver for the Manor Marussia Formula 1 team in the coming season.
Roberto Merhi will make his F1 race debut this weekend in Australia after being confirmed as Marussia’s second driver for the ‘opening rounds’ of the 2015 season. Merhi has previous experience in Formula One racing, having driven for Caterham in three FP1 sessions during the 2014 season. Still only 23-years-old, he has enjoyed success in a number of disciplines
Roberto Merhi will drive for Manor Marussia at this weekend’s Australian GP, filling the final remaining vacancy on the 2015 F1 grid.
An announcement on Manor’s second driver for the forthcoming season is expected imminently and a host of drivers have been linked with the one remaining vacancy on the F1 grid.
Manor Marussia are cleared to compete at the opening race of the season after passing mandatory crash tests.
The Manor Marussia F1 team has made another big step towards its return to the grid after its car passed the necessary 2015 crash tests to allow it to take part
The Manor Marussia F1 Team held a press conference on Wednesday to announce their new backer, Stephen Fitzpatrick of OVO Energy, and also their intention to contest the entire 2015 F1 season.
Manor states that it is on schedule to race in Melbourne in 10 days time. The team also exits administration following a new investment by Stephan Fitzpatrick.
The team has emerged from the ashes of the Marussia team which folded last season but came out of administration in February
The team went into in administration in October 2014 and were absent for the final three races of last season but have been saved by big money investment
• Sporting director Graeme Lowdon says team are ‘ready to go racing again’• Team has been backed by former Sainsbury’s chief executive Justin King• Manor Marussia confirmed …
Dan Johnson: Stephen Fitzpatrick, 37, helping team formerly known as Marussia to earn a place on the grid in Australia for the first race of season