When Adrian Sutil joined Sauber ahead of the 2014 season, he could have little notion of just how much the team would struggle over the opening seven races. Still yet to score a point, and having dropped below Marussia in the constructors’ standings, Sutil admits he was caught out by the team’s slump, but insists they can still turn their fortunes around
Marussia Formula 1 team-mates Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton have resolved to put the dispute over their Canadian Grand Prix collision behind them
Max Chilton says he and Marussia team-mate Jules Bianchi have moved on from the incident that took them both out of the Canadian Grand Prix two weeks ago
Marussia’s Max Chilton is looking to put the opening lap accident in Montreal behind him and return to his previously reliable ways as F1 hits Austria this weekend.
After the setback in Canada, Marussia is ready to resume its pursuit of ‘bigger fish’ as F1 heads back to Austria for the first time since 2003.
Austria will host a Grand Prix for the first time in more than a decade when the paddock travels to Spielberg for round eight of the 2014 championship on June 20-22. Those involved in the Formula 1 Grosser Preis von Osterreich 2014 discuss their prospects
Austria will host a Grand Prix for the first time in more than a decade when the paddock travels to Spielberg for round eight of the 2014 championship on June 20-22. Those involved in the Formula 1 Grosser Preis von Osterreich 2014 discuss their prospects
Gene Haas insists he is better off having the difficulties of starting his new Formula 1 team from scratch rather than buying a current outfit like Caterham or Marussia.
Gene Haas insists he is better off having the difficulties of starting his new Formula 1 team from scratch rather than buying a current outfit like Caterham or Marussia.
Marussia joined F1 racing at the start of 2010 on the back of considerable success in junior single-seater series. Four years on and they have only just scored their first world championship points. Fellow ‘newcomers’ Caterham are still waiting.
After the joy of the Team’s first points finish in Monaco two weekends ago came the disappointment of Montreal, where the Marussia F1 Team’s Canadian Grand Prix came to an end on the opening lap when both drivers crashed out. The stewards later decided that Max Chilton was to blame for their clash, resulting in a 3-place grid penalty for him at the Austrian GP.
Max Chilton has been given a three-place grid penalty for the Austrian Grand Prix after colliding with Marussia team-mate Jules Bianchi.
Marussia’s Jules Bianchi crashes on the first lap after being shunted by his team-mate Max Chilton at the Canadian Grand Prix.
Neither Caterham driver was able to get away from the bottom end of the timetable today, with Markus Ericsson even crashing out towards the end of qualifying. The duo will start from 20th and 21st, ahead only of Esteban Gutierrez who didn't run due to a technical issue.
Team representatives – Dave Greenwood (Marussia), Andrew Green (Force India), Giampaolo Dall’Ara (Sauber), Pat Fry (Ferrari), Paddy Lowe (Mercedes) Q: Dave can we start with you? Obviously points for the team in Monaco – that must be a huge boost, a huge encouragement to the team.
Kamui Kobayashi says he will be more aggressive in battles with Formula 1 rival Marussia from now on, after being barged out of the way by Jules Bianchi in Monaco.
Max Chilton reckons he could have added to the Marussia Formula 1 team’s points tally at the Monaco Grand Prix if not for the clash with Kimi Raikkonen.
Max Chilton reckons he could have added to the Marussia Formula 1 team’s points tally at the Monaco Grand Prix if not for the clash with Kimi Raikkonen.
With its first points in the bag after Monaco, Jules Bianchi believes Marussia needs a new F1 goal as it heads to the Canadian Grand Prix.
Despite being on the back foot after rival Marussia scored F1 points in Monaco, Caterham veteran Kamui Kobayashi intends to take his chance next time.
Just days after scoring both his and Marussia’s first F1 points at the Monaco GP, Sky Sports Online spoke to the Frenchman about the result, what it means to him and the team and what effect their Ferrari engine deal has had.
Marussia reist erstmals mit Punkten am Konto zu einem Rennwochenende. In Kanada will das Team den Aufwärtstrend prolongieren, rechnet aber nicht mit Zählbarem.
Round seven of the 2014 championship sees the paddock head across the Atlantic to Montreal and the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve for the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2014. Sebastian Vettel took a clean sweep of pole position and race victory in last year’s event, but can the German – or team mate Daniel Ricciardo – match the feat in 2014 and break Mercedes’ run of six straight victories?
Round seven of the 2014 championship sees the paddock head across the Atlantic to Montreal and the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve for the Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada 2014. Sebastian Vettel took a clean sweep of pole position and race victory in last year’s event, but can the German – or team mate Daniel Ricciardo – match the feat in 2014 and break Mercedes’ run of six straight victories?
Marussia team principal John Booth reveals to Crash.net he is setting a new target for the team to score more points this season
Allan McNish says Jules Bianchi’s ninth place in Sunday’s Monaco Grand Prix is like a victory for his Marussia team.
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the team won’t be relaxing following its top ten finish in the Monaco Grand Prix
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the team won t be relaxing following its top ten finish in the Monaco Grand Prix
Marussia is hopeful that its breakthrough points finish in Monaco may not be a flash in the pan, and that further good results could come later this season
Marussia’s points-scoring Monaco Grand Prix could put it on course for a $30million Formula 1 prize money boost later this year
Graeme Lowdon says the prize money Marussia could well receive after scoring their first F1 points would “make an enormous difference” but added that the team are well aware they haven’t secured ninth or even tenth spot yet.
Marussia team principal John Booth has praised Jules Bianchi after his “awesome” drive to ninth place in the Monaco Grand Prix
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the memory of heartbreak in 2012 will keep the team ‘pushing all season’ after recording its first points finish in Monaco
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the team s first points are a great reward for the hard work that has been put in
BBC F1 pit-lane reporter Tom Clarkson explains the reasons behind Marussia driver Jules Bianchi’s five-second penalty at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Fernando Alonso says he is “proud” of Ferrari junior driver Jules Bianchi, after the Frenchman claimed Marussia’s maiden Formula 1 points in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi’s remarkable drive to 9th place in the Monaco Grand Prix gave his Marussia team its first world championship points and a huge boost to its prospects of staying alive in F1. Marussia is one of a number of teams that are close to the edge financially and this result could turn out to be a lifeline. “It is tough and I would be lying if I didn’t reflect that,” said Sporting Director Graeme Lowden.
Jules Bianchi says claiming Marussia’s first-ever points finish in Monaco is the perfect way to respond to a tough start to the 2014 season
After four seasons and six races of grit and determination, the Marussia F1 Team finally achieved its long-awaited first points-scoring finish in today’s Monaco Grand Prix, thanks to Jules Bianchi's 9th place finish.
Jules Bianchi has urged Marussia to build on the success of scoring its first points in the Monaco Grand Prix
Jules Bianchi believes Marussia’s first Formula 1 points finish in the Monaco Grand Prix was not just down to luck, as he feels the team has made genuine progress
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi says scoring his team’s first ever points in Formula 1 feels “amazing”, as he finishes ninth in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen feels a collision with Max Chilton’s Marussia under the second safety car period “destroyed” his Monaco Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi has hailed Marussia’s fighting spirit after his determined drive to ninth place in Monaco netted the team their first F1 points at the 83rd time of asking. The Frenchman started Sunday’s race in 21st after taking a five-place grid drop for an unscheduled gearbox change.
The drivers have their say on the 78 laps of action in Monte Carlo where Nico Rosberg took victory and Marussia scored their first points.
In a city famed for its casinos, there were two teams who really hit the jackpot in Monte Carlo on Sunday – Mercedes and Marussia. The Silver Arrows scored their sixth victory in a row and fifth successive one-two, while Nico Rosberg won his second race in the Principality in as many seasons
As rivals Marussia managed to score their first point in F1 today, Kamui Kobayashi points exactly to points scorer Jules Bianchi as the cause for him to miss out on points during today's Monaco Grand Prix.
Marussia were overjoyed after picking up their first ever F1 points thanks to Jules Bianchi’s ninth place in Monaco.
Nico Rosberg withstood intense pressure from Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton to claim his second straight victory on the streets of Monte Carlo on Sunday, moving back into the championship lead in the process. Hamilton had vision problems late on and had to fend off Daniel Ricciardo’s charging Red Bull, while lower down the order Jules Bianchi earned Marussia’s first ever world championship points