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Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon wants the team to retain Max Chilton alongside Jules Bianchi in 2014
Marussia team principal John Booth has branded the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix ‘very disappointing’ and has admitted the Banbury-based outfit has a lot of work to do in order to understand why it took a step back during the race.
The feelings among the Caterham drivers remained very different through the race, as Charles Pic was very unhappy with his car and Giedo van der Garde enjoyed a perfectly balanced CT03. Both finished ahead of the Marussia cars.
Marussia’s Jules Bianchi has expressed his frustration after picking up a five-place grid penalty for today’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Marussia pilot Max Chilton reflects on day one in Abu Dhabi, discusses his season as a whole and reiterates he is ‘pretty close’ to signing a deal to remain with the Banbury-based outfit for the 2014 F1 season…
Team Representatives – Graeme Lowdon (Marussia), Paul Hembery (Pirelli), Cyril Abiteboul (Caterham), Franz Tost (Toro Rosso), Claire Williams (Williams), Martin Whitmarsh (McLaren) Q: Franz, can we start with you? Obviously, Daniil Kvyat coming in next year. What lies ahead in the next few weeks and months in terms of getting up to speed for his Super Licence
Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon admits that several options remain in the frame to partner Jules Bianchi next season.
For the second Grand Prix in a row, Giedo van der Garde was out of the race almost before the dust had settled from the start. And he was not happy with Marussia’s Max Chilton.
The Marussia F1 team has been waiting a long time, but this weekend in India it was announced that they have finally signed a bilateral commercial agreement with Bernie Ecclestone which brings them into line with the other ten teams in F1. The deal means that all the teams in F1 are now tied in until 2020, while a bilateral agreement is also in place between Ecclestone’s company and the FIA. Bearing in mind that the leading teams like Ferrari, McLaren and Red Bull signed commercial agreements with Ecclestone in March 2012, it has taken a long time for Marussia ;More…
Marussia has secured its Formula One future after signing a commercial agreement with Bernie Ecclestone
Marussia becomes the eleventh and final team to sign up to a deal with F1 commercial rights holder Bernie Ecclestone
Marussia have confirmed that they have finally concluded a deal with Formula One World Championship, the commercial rights holder of Formula One. Marussia was the last team to do so for 2014.
Marussia has secured its future in Formula 1 after becoming the final team to sign a commercial deal with Bernie Ecclestone, AUTOSPORT can reveal
Thursday FIA press conference from the Buddh International Circuit in India with Giedo van der Garde (Caterham), Max Chilton (Marussia), Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing) and Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus).
Thursday FIA press conference from the Buddh International Circuit in India with Giedo van der Garde (Caterham), Max Chilton (Marussia), Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing) and Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus).
Drivers – Giedo van der Garde (Caterham), Max Chilton (Marussia), Daniel Ricciardo (Toro Rosso), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Mark Webber (Red Bull Racing), Kimi Raikkonen (Lotus). Q: I’m going to start with a question for Nico, Mark and Kimi, as, with all due respect to our back row, I think you three gentlemen are best placed to challenge Sebastian Vettel for victory this weekend
Round 16 of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the paddock make its third trip to the Buddh International Circuit in New Delhi. This year the exciting young venue could well stage its very first title decider. Those involved in the 2013 Formula 1 Airtel Indian Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the coming weekend
Round 16 of the 2013 FIA Formula One World Championship sees the paddock make its third trip to the Buddh International Circuit in New Delhi. This year the exciting young venue could well stage its very first title decider. Those involved in the 2013 Formula 1 Airtel Indian Grand Prix discuss their prospects for the coming weekend
State-backed Lloyds Banking Group gave a £10m loan to Formula One’s worst-performing team, Marussia, before selling its stake
Marussia could be the team to give Kevin Magnussen his F1 chance in 2014, with the Dane ‘in the frame’ for a race seat
Marussia has confirmed it is in talks with McLaren young driver Kevin Magnussen as a possible replacement for Max Chilton next season
Danish driver Kevin Magnussen is on the shortlist to take Marussia’s second seat for next season, according to the team’s Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon.
Marussia’s Max Chilton believes he deserves another shot at Formula One after showing improved form towards the end of his debut season in the sport
Giedo van der Garde believes luck will be the key to Caterham overhauling Marussia in the 2013 Formula 1 constructors’ championship
British rookie Max Chilton believes he deserves another season in Formula One. While his team Marussia recently confirmed the re-signing of Jules Bianchi for 2014, Chilton remains in limbo. But the 22-year-old from Reigate said: “I feel I’m showing I deserve a seat for next year
Race stewards in Japan have decided that neither Caterham’s Giedo van der Garde nor Marussia’s Jules Bianchi was predominately to blame for the first corner crash that ruled both men out of Sunday’s race at Suzuka on the opening lap. Having decided to investigate the incident after the race’s conclusion, the stewards spoke to both drivers before coming to their conclusion
Caterham's Japanese Grand Prix was reduced to a single horse race quickly after the start as Giedo van der Garde crashed off in turn 1. Charles Pic meanwhile set on to catch the remaining Marussia and eventually finished ahead of his main rival.
Marussia’s Max Chilton beat his main competition in qualifying to put him ahead of his team mate Jules Bianchi as well as both Caterham cars on the grid for Sunday’s Japanese GP.
Maria de Villota’s family informed that tragic death was legacy of injuries in crash while test driving for Marussia.
Maria De Villota died as a consequence of her horror crash at Duxford Aerodrome last year, according to her family. The Spanish racer, who lost her right eye and suffered serious facial injuries during her debut test for Formula One outfit Marussia last July, was found dead in a Spanish hotel room on Friday.
• Former test driver’s family release statement after her death• Marussia cleared last year with regard to fault in accidentMaría de Villota’s family have claimed that the former test …
Maria de Villota’s family informed that tragic death was legacy of injuries in crash while test driving for Marussia.
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Maria de Villota died as a consequence of the injuries she suffered in her Marussia Formula 1 test crash, according to her family
Former Marussia reserve driver Maria De Villota has been found dead in a hotel room in the Spanish city of Seville.
María de Villota overcame near-fatal accident to return to motor racing with Marussia and chase dream of becoming grand prix driverIn the male-dominated world of …
María de Villota overcame near-fatal accident to return to motor racing with Marussia and chase dream of becoming grand prix driverIn the male-dominated world of motor sports, …