Marussia has announced that Max Chilton will make his Formula 1 racing debut with the team in 2013. The 21 year old Briton is the team’s incumbent Reserve Driver, a role he was appointed to with effect from the 2012 Japanese Grand Prix, following his showing with the Marussia Carlin GP2 team, part of the Marussia F1 Team Young Driver Programme.
Charles Pic may not have scored a point during his debut season of Formula One racing, but his performances relative to experienced Marussia team mate Timo Glock often caught the eye. We spoke with the 22-year-old Frenchman to find out how he’s been adjusting to life at Caterham since signing a multi-year deal with the team for the 2013 season onwards…
Britain will have four drivers on the F1 grid next season after Max Chilton was confirmed in the second Marussia seat for 2013. The 21-year-old impressed with two wins in GP2 this year and his promotion to a race seat at Marussia seemed inevitable after he was announced as their reserve driver from the Japanese GP.
Max Chilton will become the fourth Briton on the Formula One grid next season after landing a deal with Marussia for 2013.
Marussia have announced that Max Chilton will race for them in 2013. The 21-year-old British rookie takes the second seat at the team alongside Timo Glock. Chilton, who acted as Marussia’s reserve driver for the final six races of 2012, made his Formula One race weekend debut with the team at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix, driving in FP1
Marussia has confirmed the not unexpected news that Max Chilton will partner Timo Glock in 2013. Chilton, who impressed in GP2 this season, drove for the team in FP1 in Abu Dhabi, and was its official reserve for the last … Continue reading →
Max Chilton fourth Briton on Formula One grid next season after landing a deal with Marussia for 2013
Max Chilton to become fourth Briton on Formula One grid next year after landing deal with Marussia for 2013.
The Marussia F1 Team has announced that Max Chilton will make his Formula 1 racing debut with the team in 2013. The 21 year old Briton is the team’s reserve driver, a role he was appointed to with effect from the 2012 Japanese Grand Prix, following an impressive season with the Marussia Carlin GP2 team.