Former Caterham and Marussia racer Charles Pic has become the Lotus Formula 1 team’s third driver for 2014
Lotus have appointed former Caterham and Marussia racer Charles Pic as their third driver for the 2014 season. The 24-year-old Frenchman, who has 39 Grand Prix starts to his name, will conduct simulator work at the Enstone squad’s factory, whilst also providing support at races
Reigning teams’ champions ART Grand Prix have announced the signing of 21-year-old Briton Dino Zamparelli for the 2014 GP3 Series.
Marussia is targeting reaching Q2 on a regular basis in 2014, according to team principal John Booth
With the cost of competing having risen in 2014, Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon says skill needs to be the deciding factor in Formula One and not financial strength
The early competitive order of Formula 1′s new era is likely to remain shrouded in uncertainty until the chequered flag falls at the first race of the season in Australia, according to Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon.
Jules Bianchi and Graeme Lowdon say Marussia has not designed a reliable car to luck in to points but is hoping to be competitive enough to challenge on numerous occasions
Jules Bianchi used his spare time in Jerez to keep an eye on the other Ferrari-powered teams and is pleased by what he saw at the first tesst
Formula 1 must make sure it retains its ‘magic’ for fans and sponsors at grands prix, as well as television audiences, Marussia chief executive Graeme Lowdon has warned
After finishing every race in his rookie season, Max Chilton expects to make a significant improvement in his second year for Marussia
Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon admits that, while pleased with his team’s performance in testing, the overall situation remains unclear – and could do for some time.
Graeme Lowdon confirms to that team is officially entered, with Lotus too also confirmed to have completed payment to FIA
Jules Bianchi and Graeme Lowdon believe Marussia can be satisfied with how their truncated Jerez test eventually turned out after the minnows covered more mileage with their new car than Red Bull.
Lotus and Marussia have both paid the necessary entry fees for the 2014 Formula 1 season
Marussia unveil their new MR03 car on day three of pre-season testing at Jerez after technical issues delayed its launch.
Marussia today rolled out its 2014 challenger in Jerez, the first car from the Banbury based team to be powered by Ferrari. Now in its fifth season of F1 competition, the team rolls into the new season with a spring in its step after securing the coveted 10th place in the Constructor’s Championship last season. So far the Ferrari power train seems to have been behaving itself in the early running for the teams in Jerez and the technical design group at Marussia, under the experienced John McQuilliam, has produced a car which the team hopes will challenge for a ;More…
Marussia F1 have become the tenth team to get their car going on track following its arrival at Jerez de la Frontera on Wednesday evening. Max Chilton gave the car it's initial installation lap at 15:00 local time.
Marussia have finally given their 2014 car its debut in Jerez after its launch had been delayed by a “small but frustrating technical issue”.
A quick synopsis of what lies under the bodywork of the new Marussia MR03…
Max Chilton has given the Marussia MR03 its first lap of Jerez after the team was forced to miss the first two days of running. Team boss John Booth said: “As we saw in the step from 2012 to 2013, … Continue reading →
After last-minute technical issues delayed its journey to Spain earlier in the week, Marussia’s 2014 car finally made its test debut at Jerez on Thursday afternoon. The MR03 is Marussia’s first Ferrari-powered machine, the team having previously used Cosworth engines
Marussia has become the latest team to unveil its new Formula 1 car after the MR03 broke cover at Jerez on Thursday.
Keeping Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton will be a major advantage as Marussia attempts to get to grips with the new-look F1 in 2014.
Marussia designer confirms ‘clean sheet’ approach to creation of 2014 F1 contender.
Having seen its participation in the opening F1 group test delayed, Marussia is keen to get down to work with its new MR03.
Having seen its participation in the opening F1 group test delayed, Marussia is keen to get down to work with its new MR03.
Marussia F1 president Graeme Lowdon is hopeful the 2014 rule changes will see a return to “competitive racing”.
Marussia will definitely join the Formula 1 test at Jerez in Spain later this week after the car was dispatched from the factory on Tuesday
Marussia is forced to delay the debut of its 2014 F1 car
Marussia’s 2014 car will not make its test debut at Jerez on Tuesday as planned after a last-minute problem was discovered at the team’s UK factory. “The MR03′s testing debut is subject to a delay while we resolve a small but frustrating technical issue,” confirmed Marussia, who hope to join the four-day Spanish test session later in the week
Marussia have been forced to delay the debut of their 2014 car due to a “small but frustrating technical issue.”
Marussia’s debut of its new Formula 1 car has been delayed because of a last-minute technical glitch, AUTOSPORT has learned
Marussia have become the latest F1 team to confirm their participation in the upcoming Jerez test.
Marussia have become the latest team to confirm their attendance at next week’s pre-season test in Jerez. The Banbury-based team will run their new Ferrari-powered MR03 machine in Spain, with Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton expected to share driving duties
Lange Zeit war unklar, ob Marussia sein neues Turbo-Auto rechtzeitig zum ersten Test in Jerez fertigstellen kann. Am Mittwoch bestätigte das Team n…
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon expects the Ferrari engine to “make a big difference” to the team this year
Marussia’s Graeme Lowdon is hoping for great things as the team enters the 2014 F1 season with a new engine partner and two ‘experienced’ drivers.
Marussia Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon chats to Sky Sports Online about the challenges 2014 will present to the team, the switch to Ferrari power and the reasons for re-signing Max Chilton.
Just hours after his name appeared on the FIA’s official 2014 entry list, Marussia have publically announced Great Britain’s Max Chilton as their second driver for the new season. Chilton will spend his second year of F1 competition once again partnering Jules Bianchi. Chilton, 22, was widely expected to stay with Marussia after a strong debut season in 2013
Britain’s Max Chilton has been retained by Marussia for the 2014 Formula One season.
Brit Max Chilton will stay with Marussia next season and drive alongside Jules Bianchi, the Formula One team said on Saturday.
Marussia has finally confirmed that Max Chilton will remain with the team this year, after the Briton was named on FIA entry list on Friday. Team sources confirmed to this blog before the end of the season that Chilton would … Continue reading →
Graeme Lowdon has confirmed Marussia are on course to debut their 2014 car at the first test in Jerez at the end of January.
Graeme Lowdon has confirmed Marussia are on course to debut their 2014 car at the first test in Jerez at the end of January.
Marussia have confirmed an unchanged driver line-up for 2014 after today announcing that Max Chilton will retain his seat alongside Jules Bianchi. This makes Caterham the only team yet to confirm their drivers with Charles Pic, Giedo van der Garde and GP2′s Marcus Ericsson the leading contenders. For Chilton, who set a record in his rookie season last year of completing every race had a question mark surrounding his 2014 plans given his financial backing and the opportunity to change teams.
Max Chilton will stay at Marussia F1 in 2014, meaning that the team will have an unchanged driver line-up this season.
British driver Max Chilton is rewarded for his impressive debut F1 season by keeping his spot with Marussia for 2014.
British driver will partner Jules Bianchi at the Banbury-based outfit after impressive debut season