Team boss John Booth says Marussia are close to a deal to re-sign Max Chilton for the 2014 F1 season
Continuing our series of analysis of the head-to-head records of team mate pairings, here’s the analysis of Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton’s seasons at Marussia. The Anglo-Russian team fielded an all-new line up in 2013, dispatching with Timo Glock and Charles Pic and bringing in rookies Chilton and Bianchi.
Jules Bianchi says he feels happy with the way his first season in F1 panned out with the Marussia team
Ferrari have announced that test driver Pedro de la Rosa and Marussia driver Jules Bianchi will drive for them at next week’s Pirelli tyre test in Bahrain. Ferrari are one of six teams who have opted to attend the three-day test at Sakhir, which runs from December 17-19 and will feature only 2013-spec cars
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon believes three-car teams would be detrimental for Formula 1, as he reckons smaller outfits are vital for the sport
Virgin has announced plans to enter a team in the new FIA Formula E Championship, which will kick off in September next year. Virgin, which was previously involved in F1 before selling its relatively small share in the team to Marussia, will join eight other teams that have declared their intention to compete: Andretti Autosport, […]
For our final podcast of the year we look back at the 2013 season and analyse the big stories as well as looking at how the F1 drivers performed. With me are Marussia Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon, Autosport’s Grand Prix editor Mark Hughes, sponsor finder and CEO of Just Marketing Zac Brown, and JA on F1 reporter Holly Samos as well as our technical adviser Mark Gillan. We also have contributions from Sir Jackie Stewart and Niki Lauda
Williams shareholder Toto Wolff confirms that F1 minnow Marussia has held tentative talks with both the Grove team and midfield rival Sauber.
Mercedes’ executive director Toto Wolff has revealed that talks have taken place about merging Marussia and Williams though he says they are “getting nowhere” as it would lead to the closure of Marussia
Marussia Team Principal John Booth described the tenth-place finish they have secured in the Constructors’ Championship as a “massive boost” to the team.
There is a lot of rubbish written about Formula 1 on the Internet, sometimes on websites that might seem quite reputable. The sad truth is that these websites are too lazy or too cheap to do the work themselves and buy in cheap crap from the bottom-feeders of the sport, who have little understanding of […]
Marussia may be celebrating its 10th place finish in the constructors’ championship, but the quirks of Formula 1′s commercial rights income structure means it will have to wait another year before a potentially big pay day.
There are few people that would rank Marussia’s Max Chilton ahead of Ferrari’s Fernando Alonso, but that’s exactly what has happened in one post-season review
Marussia says its 11th hour heartache from 2012 meant it could not relax about taking 10th in the constructors’ championship until after the chequered flag in Brazil
Sunday’s finale in Brazil saw the 2013 season go out in style, as Sebastian Vettel scored a record ninth consecutive win and Red Bull team mate Mark Webber signed off on his F1 career with a feisty second place. The V8 era ended without a driver having picked up an engine-change penalty this year, Marussia took their first top-ten championship finish, and McLaren became the first team to have both cars classified in every round
Caterham vows to fight back after failing to dislodge Marussia from tenth place in the F1 constructors’ standings for 2013.
Marussia held on to tenth place in the F1 constructors’ standings after another close battle with Caterham in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel breaks records, Mark Webber takes final podium, Mercedes takes P2 in constructors’ table and Marussia holds onto P10 money…
Marussia and Caterham will begin the last round of their battle over tenth place in the constructors’ championship from the back row of the grid, but are ready to give it their all in tricky conditions.
Caterham drivers Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde are satisfied with their car's performances and qualified ahead of both Marussias. The team hopes the rain will continue for a chance to reclaim 10th in the constructors' championship.
McLaren failed to shine in the rain in Saturday’s qualifying for the Brazilian GP while Charles Pic led the battle of the backmarkers…
Team Representatives – Eric Boullier (Lotus), Stefano Domenicali (Ferrari), Ross Brawn (Mercedes), John Booth (Marussia), Cyril Abiteboul (Caterham). Q: I’ll start with you Cyril.
McLaren lacked pace – and track time – in Friday’s practice in Brazil while Marussia led the battle of the backmarkers ahead of Caterham…
Max Chilton has said he will put his 100 per cent finishing record on the line if it means securing tenth overall for Marussia in Brazil.
Drivers – Charles Pic (Caterham), Max Chilton (Marussia), Giedo Van Der Garde (Caterham), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso), Felipe Massa (Ferrari), Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing). Q: I’ll start with you Mark: 215th and final Grand Prix start this weekend. I know you’ve had time to come to terms with your retirement from Formula One but when you climb into that Red Bull for one last time, it’s going to emotional isn’t it
Max Chilton says it is important Marussia doesn’t panic over trying to hold on to 10th in the constructors’ championship
Thursday FIA press conference from Interlagos in Brazil with Charles Pic (Caterham), Max Chilton (Marussia), Giedo van der Garde (Caterham), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso), Felipe Massa (Ferrari) and Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing).
Thursday FIA press conference from Interlagos in Brazil with Charles Pic (Caterham), Max Chilton (Marussia), Giedo van der Garde (Caterham), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso), Felipe Massa (Ferrari) and Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing).
Max Chilton set to discover if he will stay with Marussia next month
The 19th and final round of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the paddock head south from the USA to Brazil and Sao Paulo’s historic Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace. Those involved in the Formula 1 Grande Premio Petrobras do Brasil 2013 discuss their prospects for the coming weekend
Marussia hopes to wrap up tenth in the constructors’ championship in the F1 season finale in Brazil
Caterham had a disappointing race in Austin. Both Charles Pic and Giedo van der Garde were unable to pass the Marussia of Bianchi and therefore trailed him from start to finish, ending in 19th and 20th positions.
Giedo van der Garde took top honours in the private qualifying battle between Caterham and Marussia for the United States GP – which will see the four drivers joined by Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez.
Sauber’s Esteban Gutierrez and Marussia’s Max Chilton have both been handed penalties by race stewards for impeding during the Q1 part of qualifying in Austin on Saturday. Gutierrez – who qualified in 10th place – has been given a 10-place grid penalty for blocking the Williams of Pastor Maldonado and will now start 20th on the grid
A variety of issues prevented Marussia from showing its true potential as the USGP weekend opened in Austin.
Max Chilton is confident of signing a deal to remain with Marussia for the 2014 Formula 1 season now that Kevin Magnussen has been confirmed as a McLaren driver
Drivers – Pastor Maldonado (Williams), Jules Bianchi (Marussia), Paul di Resta (Force India), Esteban Gutierrez (Sauber), Sergio Perez (McLaren). Q: Sergio, we know that you’re leaving McLaren, because you’ve told us that, and obviously we learned today who will be replacing you, but could you explain how this came about and particularly the timing? Sergio Perez: First of all, hi everyone
Max Chilton says he’d like to benefit from continuity by staying with Marussia for a second season in 2014. His team mate Jules Bianchi has already been confirmed, but thus far there has been no firm word on Chilton’s future. … Continue reading →
Round 18 of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the paddock return to the much-lauded Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, following its hugely successful inaugural race last season. Those involved in the 2013 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the coming weekend
Round 18 of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the paddock return to the much-lauded Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, following its hugely successful inaugural race last season. Those involved in the 2013 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the coming weekend
Round 18 of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the paddock return to the much-lauded Circuit of The Americas (COTA) in Austin, Texas, following its hugely successful inaugural race last season. Those involved in the 2013 Formula 1 United States Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the coming weekend