Ahead of the final test of the 2014 Formula One season, all teams have confirmed their drivers for the two day young drivers test at Abu Dhabi. Marussia is evidently the only absent team.
Marussia/Manor F1’s Graeme Lowdon says that the team is still trying to race in 2015, despite not being able to get to Abu Dhabi. The team made a huge effort to make the trip, and plans only fell through at … Continue reading →
Jenson Button claims he has been placed in an ‘uncomfortable situation’ by McLaren chief Ron Dennis’ dithering. Button is out of contract at the end of the season.
F1 debutant Will Stevens is confident he can do a good job for Caterham this weekend and hopes his one-off appearance at the Abu Dhabi GP can lead to a permanent drive in 2015.
F1 debutant Will Stevens is confident he can do a good job for Caterham this weekend and hopes his one-off appearance at the Abu Dhabi GP can lead to a permanent drive in 2015.
JONATHAN McEVOY IN ABU DHABI: Two men told the world they were calm, but it was impossible to believe them.
Former Marussia reserve driver Will Stevens will make his F1 race debut with Caterham in this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 Etihad Airways Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, the team have confirmed. Stevens, who has previous testing experience with Caterham, will compete alongside Kamui Kobayashi at Yas Marina. Stevens, 23, has spent this season in Formula Renault 3.5, finishing sixth overall
Former Marussia and Caterham test driver Will Stevens will race for the revived Caterham outfit alongside Kamui Kobayashi at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this weekend, the team has revealed. Stevens returns to the Leafield fold having quit the team, where he was a reserve driver, earlier this year in favour of a similar role at Marussia.
Sebastian Vettel has described his move to Ferrari as an ‘incredible honour’ after signing a three-year deal to replace Fernando Alonso. Alonso is heading for McLaren, the team he left in 2007.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg head into the last round of the F1 season in Abu Dhabi separated by 17 points. Ahead of the season finale, Sportsmail charters five key moments from a pulsating duel
Lewis Hamilton has been making some mistakes recently, he spun in Brazil for instance, so maybe there is a chance that he will help me out and that is what I am looking for.
French Formula One driver Jules Bianchi has left hospital in Japan and returned to Nice in France. In a statement on Wednesday, his family says he is …
Bianchi suffered serious brain injuries after he crashed into the back of a tractor during the closing stages of the rain-lashed race at Suzuka.
Marussia’s last-ditch attempt to get to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix has failed, with Max Chilton saying he is “devastated”
With the title fight between Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg coming to a climax in Abu Dhabi on Sunday, we brought together a panel of experts to discuss the 2014 season.
A late bid to get Marussia to the final grand prix of the season in Abu Dhabi fails as negotiations with investors break down.
A last-ditch bid to get Marussia to the final grand prix of the season in Abu Dhabi this weekend has fallen at the final hurdle.
A late attempt to return Marussia to the grid for the last Grand Prix of the season in Abu Dhabi this weekend has failed
Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel revved up the build-up to this weekend’s Formula One finale by showing off their driving skills in Dubai.
Jules Bianchi’s parents have announced that their son has been transferred from Japan to hospital in France and is now breathing unaided. The Frenchman had been in an induced coma in Yokkaichi since his Marussia collided with a trackside rescue vehicle in wet conditions at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5th, and the news, […]
Marussia’s last minute attempt to get to the Abu Dhabi GP appears to have failed due to the inevitable financial issues. Sources in the Abu Dhabi paddock today said that the freight would be coming today, and Williams and Caterham … Continue reading →
Romain Grosjean will continue driving for Lotus in Formula One next year, the team confirmed on Wednesday. He will drive alongside Pastor Maldonado next year.
Caterham has yet to confirm who will drive its second car alongside Kamui Kobayashi in Abu Dhabi this weekend. The late revival of Marussia has seemingly caused leading candidate Max Chilton to drop out of the running.
Marussia could be set for a shock return to the F1 grid at this weekend’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix
A last-ditch attempt to return the Marussia F1 team to the grid for season-ending Abu Dhabi GP has collapsed, Sky Sports News HQ has learnt.
Sky Sports News HQ understands Marussia’s administrators still hope the team can race in Abu Dhabi.
The word in the Abu Dhabi paddock today is that against all odds the Marussia team is on its way and will join Caterham in the entry list for the final race of the season. A senior F1 source told … Continue reading →
F1′s endangered three smallest teams want to table new proposals to prevent them going to the wall
Marussia racing and Ferrari test driver, Jules Bianchi is still in coma and his condition has not changed significantly according to Marussia Sporting Director and President, Graeme Lowdon.
Kids havent got enough money to put in banks Struggling teams are like ladies with credit cards Caterham seek fans cash while Marussia go bustFormula One would rather cater for …
Bernie Ecclestone says young fans aren’t rich enough for F1 and claims the Marussia and Caterham demise is like Oscar Pistorius trial: all hype
Bernie Ecclestone says “nobody will miss” Marussia and Caterham because they were not front-running teams
Sky Sports News HQ understands that Marussia administrators are in “serious talks” with one group about a possible takeover.
Graeme Lowdon says Marussia can still return to Formula One and says the team is even hopeful a rescue deal can be sorted out by the Abu Dhabi finale
Graeme Lowdon says Marussia can still return to Formula One and says the team is even hopeful a rescue deal can be sorted out by the Abu Dhabi finale
Graeme Lowdon still thinks that the team formerly known as Marussia can continue in Formula 1 – perhaps even in Abu Dhabi’s season finale.
Ferrari and Red Bull likely to supply customer cars in 2016 Three-car teams ring death knell for smaller constructors Caterham seek fans cash while Marussia …
Ferrari and Red Bull likely to supply customer cars in 2016 Three-car teams ring death knell for smaller constructors Caterham seek fans cash while Marussia go out …
F1 supremo dismisses Caterham begging bowl Crowd-funding scheme has raised more than £500,000 Caterham seek fans cash while Marussia go out of businessThe Formula …
Formula 1 CEO Bernie Ecclestone tells Eddie Jordan that Formula 1 teams “will come and go” following Marussia and Caterham’s falls into administration.
Lewis Hamilton, the Sunday specialist, will have to pass Nico Rosberg to win the Brazilian Grand Prix after the German drove the fastest lap ever at Interlagos.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg will resume their title battle in today’s qualifying session for the Brazilian Grand Prix. Follow the action with PHIL DUNCAN.
JONATHAN MCEVOY IN SAO PAOLO: Interlagos, the home of the Brazil Grand Prix and the track which Lewis Hamilton has tasted almost equal measures of euphoria and dejection.
The administrators of the Marussia F1 Team have announced that the team has ceased trading after efforts to find a buyer for the outfit have failed. The situation makes around 200 staff redundant.
The Marussia team’s demise is “shocking news”, according to Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn.
BBC F1 chief analyst Eddie Jordan says it is a “sad day” for the sport after it was announced the Marussia Formula 1 team had ceased trading.
Nico Rosberg proved he is unwilling to allow Lewis Hamilton to ride roughshod all over him by turning in a dominant day of practice ahead of Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
The troubled outfit have been forced to make 200 staff redundant ahead of this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix, despite being on the cusp of a £40million windfall
The administrators at Caterham have launched a crowd-funding project in a bid to get the cash-strapped team on the grid for the final race of the season in Abu Dhabi.
While free practice was under way at the Brazilian Grand Prix, news filtered through from Oxfordshire that the Marussia F1 team has lost its bid for survival. The team’s administrators, FRP Advisory made the announcement that Manor F1, operating as Marussia, had ceased trading with the loss of approximately 200 jobs. The decision came after a […]