As I mentioned the other day, the small teams in Formula 1 are becoming rather more active as they struggle to survive without a cost cap. The four Caterham, Force India, Marussia and Sauber, wrote to the FIA last week saying that they want to have a voice in decision-making and hinting that the F1 […]
Kamui Kobayashi is hoping upgrades Caterham is bringing to Shanghai can help it fight back against Marussia in its personal battle at the foot of the constructors’ championship
Marussia finished 10th in the Constructors’ World Championship last year and hoped that this year a new Ferrari engine would help to lift its performance into the midfield. There have been flashes of potential but thus far it has not proved to be the case and after the first three races of the year, Marussia […]
There were points in the Bahrain Grand Prix for Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen while Daniil Kvyat’s points run ended with his P11…
Drivers – Jules Bianchi (Marussia), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso), Marcus Ericsson (Caterham), Nico Hulkenberg (Force India), Jenson Button (McLaren), Romain Grosjean (Lotus)
The Sepang International Circuit threw up an all too familiar challenge today, with torrential rain arriving right on cue for the start of the crucial qualifying session. Marussia's Jules Bianchi ended the day in 19th position with a best lap of 2:02.702, while Max Chilton achieved a time of 2:04.388 and was 21st.
Team Representatives – Federico Gastaldi (Lotus), Paul Hembery (Pirelli), Graeme Lowdon (Marussia), Cyril Abiteboul (Caterham), Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber), Franz Tost (Toro Rosso) Q: Cyril, can I begin with you? You did a lot of mileage in the pre-season testing but it’s not been so good when it’s come to the actual action
Friday FIA press conference from Malaysia with Federico Gastaldi (Lotus), Paul Hembery (Pirelli), Graeme Lowdon (Marussia), Cyril Abiteboul (Caterham), Monisha Kaltenborn (Sauber) and Franz Tost (Toro Rosso).
Max Chilton is expecting an improved performance from the Marussia F1 team at this weekend’s Malaysian Grand Prix.
Encouraged by Marussia F1′s Melbourne showing, Jules Bianchi is hoping for better fortune in Malaysia this weekend.
Having dusted themselves off after Australia’s season opener, the F1 teams regroup in the heat of Kuala Lumpur this weekend, where the challenge of the Sepang International Circuit awaits. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Petronas Malaysia Grand Prix discuss their prospects
After a curtain raiser to the 2014 season which threw up no end of talking points, Sky Sports Online sat down with Marussia Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon to discuss the matters of the moment as well as his own team’s mixed fortunes in Melbourne.
Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon has warned a victory for Red Bull in their appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification in the Australian GP “would open the floodgates” to other challenges to the FIA.
Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon has warned a victory for Red Bull in their appeal against Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification in the Australian GP “would open the floodgates” to other challenges to the FIA.
The first Grand Prix run to the new 1.6 litre hybrid turbo formula featured some fascinating strategy details, some inspired decision-making and plenty for the drivers and strategy engineers to work with. This season with the UBS Race Strategy Report we will continue our groundbreaking analysis of the key moments of the race, but with enhanced co-operation from teams, to bring an even more in-depth review of the key decisions, to help bring fans closer to the race action. Aborted start The original start had to be aborted, as the Marussia of Jules Bianchi failed to get off the grid
Jules Bianchi has suggested that battery problems cost him six laps of the 2014 Australian Grand Prix, but remained optimistic that Marussia can bounce back in Malaysia.
He may have had to start from pit-lane, but Marussia’s Max Chilton remained upbeat about the opening round of F1 2014 in Australia.
PHIL DUNCAN: Sebastian Vettel lost his cool with his own team during Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix. ‘Do something! I have no power!’ yelled the world champion as he stared at Max Chilton’s Marussia gearbox on his slide back through the field.
The British driver out-qualified teammate Jules Bianchi for only the third time but wet weather continued to cause chaos as he missed out, finishing in 17th
The Lotus and Marussia Formula 1 teams broke curfew on Saturday morning, as they battled to prepare their cars in time for the final practice session at the Australian Grand Prix
Max Chilton is ready to end Marussia’s points drought after becoming a fitness freak over the winter. After four seasons in Formula One without a point to their name, the Banbury-based marque stand poised to rid themselves of such a horrid statistic.
Max Chilton says it would mean “everything” if he were to score the first point in Marussia’s history in F1 and believes it has its strongest car ever
Max Chilton is ready to make the most of the point-scoring opportunity that Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix represents for Marussia.
Max Chilton is ready to make the most of the point-scoring opportunity that Sunday’s Australian Grand Prix represents for Marussia.
Marussia driver, 22, completed every Grand Prix last season, but now he has set his sights much higher
• Changes in technology could prove an advantage to team• But they are critical of the sport’s financial inequalitiesMarussia, everybody’s favourite other team in the plutocrats’ playground of Formula One, …
Max Chilton can’t wait to get going in Melbourne, optimistic that Marussia F1 can spring a surprise in 2014.
Marussia F1′s Jules Bianchi believes that the team has the potential to move forward as problems continue to affect the opposition ahead of Melbourne.
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
 PIRELLI AND FORMULA ONE TEAMSAGREE 2014 IN-SEASON TYRE TEST SCHEDULE Milan, March 7, 2014 – Following the agreement between Pirelli and the 11 Formula One teams, with the approval of the FIA, here is the schedule of the dedicated days (one per team) that each team will devote to tyre testing this year, within the existing 2014 in-season test calendar. Bahrain test     (8-9 April) Day1  CATERHAM Day2 MERCEDES and WILLIAMS Barcelona test (13-14 May) Day1 SAUBER and TORO ROSSO Day2 McLAREN and FORCE INDIA Silverstone test (8-9 July) Day1 FERRARI and LOTUS Day2 RED BULL and MARUSSIA The agreement, which was finalised during the final pre-season Bahrain test (from 27 February to 2 March), stipulates that each team will devote one day per year exclusively to testing the latest products and developments from Pirelli, within the framework of the existing test calendar.
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
The long wait is almost over. After a hugely demanding pre-season, the teams and drivers are set to converge in Melbourne for the first race of the new 1.6-litre turbo engine era. Those involved in the 2014 Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix discuss their prospects
Having followed Jules Bianchi for a spell during the final test, Jenson Button believes “people will be surprised” by Marussia in Australia
The Marussia F1 Team announces that, with effect from 1 March, Luca Colajanni will take up the position of Partnership Director. Luca, who joins the Team from Scuderia Ferrari, will be part of the Executive Management Team and will contribute to defining Marussia’s development strategy.
Lotus insist that they are making ‘strong progress’ with their new car, the Renault-powered E22, despite it completing just 111 laps – the fewest of any car, except Marussia’s MR03 – on its official debut in Bahrain last week. “Certainly, we started from a position very far from where we want to be,” explained Lotus’s technical director Nick Chester in an interview on the team’s official website
A computer virus that hit on the first day of the Bahrain test put Marussia on the back foot for the rest of its running at the Sakhir circuit
Former Caterham and Marussia racer Charles Pic has become the Lotus Formula 1 team’s third driver for 2014
Lotus have appointed former Caterham and Marussia racer Charles Pic as their third driver for the 2014 season. The 24-year-old Frenchman, who has 39 Grand Prix starts to his name, will conduct simulator work at the Enstone squad’s factory, whilst also providing support at races
Reigning teams’ champions ART Grand Prix have announced the signing of 21-year-old Briton Dino Zamparelli for the 2014 GP3 Series.
Marussia is targeting reaching Q2 on a regular basis in 2014, according to team principal John Booth
With the cost of competing having risen in 2014, Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon says skill needs to be the deciding factor in Formula One and not financial strength
The early competitive order of Formula 1′s new era is likely to remain shrouded in uncertainty until the chequered flag falls at the first race of the season in Australia, according to Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon.
Jules Bianchi and Graeme Lowdon say Marussia has not designed a reliable car to luck in to points but is hoping to be competitive enough to challenge on numerous occasions
Jules Bianchi used his spare time in Jerez to keep an eye on the other Ferrari-powered teams and is pleased by what he saw at the first tesst
Formula 1 must make sure it retains its ‘magic’ for fans and sponsors at grands prix, as well as television audiences, Marussia chief executive Graeme Lowdon has warned
After finishing every race in his rookie season, Max Chilton expects to make a significant improvement in his second year for Marussia
Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon admits that, while pleased with his team’s performance in testing, the overall situation remains unclear – and could do for some time.
Graeme Lowdon confirms to Crash.net that team is officially entered, with Lotus too also confirmed to have completed payment to FIA
Jules Bianchi and Graeme Lowdon believe Marussia can be satisfied with how their truncated Jerez test eventually turned out after the minnows covered more mileage with their new car than Red Bull.
Lotus and Marussia have both paid the necessary entry fees for the 2014 Formula 1 season