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Marussia

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Rossi, Chilton looking beyond Marussia demi...

Dec 03, 2014No Comments

F1 test driver Alexander Rossi is looking to switch to America’s premier open wheeler series Indycar for 2015. Although Californian, the 23-year-old has risen through

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Force India avoids joining backmarkers on U...

Oct 28, 2014No Comments

Force India has avoided becoming the next formula one team to drop out of this weekend’s US grand prix. Now in administration, backmarkers Caterham and

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Lawrence Stroll may be interested in buying...

Sep 18, 2014No Comments

Lawrence Stroll may now have moved his attention from Sauber to Marussia. In the paddock at Monza recently, it was strongly rumoured that the Canadian

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Bianchi not ruling out Ferrari 2015 race se...

Aug 05, 2014No Comments

Jules Bianchi is no longer ruling out a move to Ferrari for 2015. Recently, after an impressive Ferrari test at Silverstone in injured Kimi Raikkonen’s

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Small teams not fully committed to F1

May 16, 2014No Comments

Bernie Ecclestone has hit back at criticism of F1’s new ‘Strategy Group’. The decision-making group features only six of the sport’s eleven competing teams —

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Small F1 teams write ‘explosive’...

Apr 16, 2014No Comments

F1’s four smallest teams have written a letter complaining about the state of the sport. Germany’s Sport Bild revealed that the letter, initiated by Marussia

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Marussia F1 switches owners

Apr 09, 2014No Comments

F1 team Marussia has split with its Russian supercar maker owner. The sports arm of the Russian news agency Ria Novosti reports that Marussia Motors,

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Lowdon hopes Red Bull will lose their appea...

Mar 25, 2014No Comments

Marussia chief Graeme Lowdon thinks Red Bull should have accepted Daniel Ricciardo’s disqualification from the Australian grand prix. Actually, the reigning world champions plan to