The FIA has decided not to penalise Caterham and Marussia for their absence from this weekend’s United States Grand Prix. Both teams were given dispensation after falling into administration.
FIA president Jean Todt is fuming that Caterham and Marussia have gone into administration after his proposal for a budget cap was rejected by the major marques earlier this year.
Monisha Kaltenborn has called on F1 teams to unite in order to force changes to the sport in the wake of Marussia and Caterham entering administration
FIA president Jean Todt will decide what action should be taken against Marussia and Caterham for missing this weekend’s US Grand Prix after the stewards found both teams in breach of the regulations but opted not to impose a penalty
Formula 1′s qualifying format has been altered for the United States Grand Prix because of the absence of Caterham and Marussia
The FIA has announced a tweak of the qualifying format at the United States Grand Prix due to the absence of both Marussia and Caterham
The FIA have confirmed the revised qualifying format for this weekend’s U.S. GP amid the absences of Caterham and Marussia.
Caterham and Marussia have been deemed to be in breach of Formula 1 regulations by not participating in the United States Grand Prix, but will escape penalties for now
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2.
Formula One racing will adopt a revised qualifying format for this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix in Austin following the withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the event. Now, instead of the slowest six cars being eliminated from Q1 with six more following in Q2, the stewards have decided that the slowest four cars will exit in Q1, followed by another four in Q2. The top ten Q3 shootout will remain the same
Jules Bianchi remains in a critical but critical condition, a statement released by the Marussia F1 Team on behalf of Jules' family confirmed on Thursday. The Frenchman stays at the Mia General Medical Center until further notice.
Teams in administration highlight problems facing F1 Jules Bianchi remains critical in hospital in Japan Marussia follow Caterham into administrationThe sense of loss at the …
Caterham and Marussia’s financial problems highlight the need to cut costs in Formula 1, says governing body the FIA.
The FIA says the plights of Caterham and Marussia reinforces its desire to cut costs in F1, and wants the “economic balance” of the sport to be addressed
The FIA says the recent plight of Caterham and Marussia vindicates its push to introduce a budget cap earlier this season
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Marussia driver Jules Bianchi remains ‘critical but stable’ in hospital following his horrific accident at the Japanese Grand Prix on October 5, his family said on Thursday.
The FIA says the financial problems at Caterham and Marussia prove it was right to push for Formula 1 cost-cutting measures earlier this year
The FIA, F1′s governing body, has admitted that the demise of Caterham and Marussia ‘acutely raise the question of the economic balance’ in F1.
The FIA has issued a statement in response to the failure of Caterham and Marussia to show up in Austin. It says that the US GP stewards will bear the circumstances in mind when considering whether the teams have broken … Continue reading →
Sauber’s Adrian Sutil has expressed surprise that it took so long for financial problems to overwhelm F1’s most cash-strapped teams and reckons the plight of Marussia and Caterham will belatedly trigger action on the sport’s cost crisis.
Family of Marussia driver say he is ‘still fighting’ four weeks on from crash but there are no plans to move him on from Yokkaichi
Formula 1 will trial a “virtual safety car” system following the accident that left Jules Bianchi in a critical condition.
New Bianchi family statement issued via F1 team Driver was critically injured in Japan four week ago His fight will continue here in Yokkaichi, step by step FIA accident panel …
An update issued by Jules Bianchi’s family says the driver remains in a “critical but stable” condition and that they have “no new information to give” following his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi remains in a critical but stable condition four weeks after his accident in Japan, Marussia have confirmed. The team added that Bianchi will remain in the Mie General Medical Center in Yokkaichi, Japan, and that doctors are taking things ‘step by step’
Daniel Ricciardo believes the demise of Caterham and Marussia would represent a bitter loss for Formula One.
The absence of Caterham and Marussia when Formula 1 regroups at Austin will force the sport to ask whether its financial problems are an isolated blip or a longer-term malaise
With Marussia and Caterham both set to miss the US Grand Prix, Fernandes has pointed the finger at the likes of Ferrari and Red Bull
Ex-FIA president Max Mosley believes Caterham and Marussia won’t be the last teams to exit F1 if the sport’s spending split isn’t addressed soon.
The Marussia F1 Team has gone into administration and is set to miss this weekend' United States Grand Prix in Austin, administrators FRP Advisory LLP said on Monday.
Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz believes it is unlikely Caterham will race again in F1 – but is more hopeful that Marussia can return to the grid.
Sky Sports F1’s Ted Kravitz believes it is unlikely Caterham will race again in F1 – but is more hopeful that Marussia can return to the grid.
AUTOSPORT’s team of Formula 1 journalists on what Caterham and Marussia’s troubles mean for F1, the implications of third cars and what can be done
A pair of British-Indian brothers who made their fortune in the steel industry are “very close” to securing a £55 million rescue deal to save Marussia after it fell into administration
As Caterham and Marussia’s absence from Austin reopens debate over Formula 1′s sustainability, AUTOSPORT reveals the small teams’ own breakdown of the cost of grand prix racing
Daniel Johnson: A business model “nobody can afford” is putting other teams at risk after Marussia follow Caterham into administration
As Marussia follow Caterham into administration, former FIA president Max Mosley has warned that the two Formula One teams ‘may not be the last’ to struggle in the face of high costs.
Max Mosley, the former FIA president, believes that Marussia, who will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend after joining Caterham as the second Formula One team in four days to go into administration, “may not be the last” to struggle in the face of the sport’s high costs.
…I agree with Max Mosley. The former FIA President has been on  BBC Radio 5 live as a result of the collapse of Caterham and Marussia and I have to say that I agree with his views.
Caterham and Marussia might not be the last teams to feel the pinch of the high costs of racing in Formula One, according to former FIA president Max Mosley
Marussia and Caterham “may not be the last” teams to suffer from the cost of Formula 1, says former FIA president Max Mosley.
British-Indian brothers Baljinder Sohi and Sonny Kaushal have emerged as ‘serious’ contenders to buy the beleaguered Marussia team.
Desperate 11th-hour negotiations fail as Banbury-based outfit become second F1 team to fold in days
Desperate 11th-hour negotiations fail as Banbury-based outfit become second team, after Caterham, to be downed in days
The team continue to seek interest and insist any involvement at the Sao Paulo and Abu Dhabi Grand Prix’s will depend on outcome of administration process
The news Caterham and Marussia will both miss the United States Grand Prix means the Austin race is set to feature the smallest F1 grid in nearly a decade
Marussia and Caterham look unlikely to compete in this weekend’s 2014 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix, as both teams seek solutions to their ongoing financial issues, the former having gone into administration on Monday. Administrators for Marussia, FRP Advisory LLP, say the team will continue to operate while they assess the longer-term viability of the company, and that Marussia’s participation in the season’s remaining rounds
The withdrawal of Caterham and Marussia from the United States Grand Prix means just 18 cars will line up for the Texas race.
Marussia Formula 1 team follows Caterham by going into administration as cost of running a racing team bites