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Williams bosses absent from US Grand Prix

Nov 01, 2014No Comments

Williams’ two F1 bosses are missing in action this weekend for the US grand prix. It has emerged that founder and boss Sir Frank Williams


Boycott threat emerges as next F1 teams fac...

Nov 01, 2014No Comments

Battle lines are being drawn as F1 reacts to the ‘crisis’ of collapsing teams. But Red Bull’s Dr Helmut Marko declared unequivocally ahead of the


Marussia enters administration as Indian-Br...

Oct 27, 2014No Comments

Marussia is now being managed by administrators. Just days after Caterham’s management accepted the same fate, UK insolvency experts FRP Advisory have taken over Manor


Marussia will join Caterham in administrati...

Oct 26, 2014No Comments

Marussia looks set to join Caterham in entering administration, the Daily Mail reports on Sunday. After Bernie Ecclestone said he will allow the struggling backmarkers


Marussia will join Caterham on the sideline...

Oct 25, 2014No Comments

Marussia will join fellow F1 straggler Caterham in not racing in Austin next weekend, Bernie Ecclestone has announced. The news follows the sport’s chief executive


Caterham will miss US and Brazilian Grands ...

Oct 25, 2014No Comments

Caterham is allowed to sit out the next two grands prix while it fights for survival. As administrators take charge at Leafield, where for the


Administrator becomes Caterham team boss

Oct 24, 2014No Comments

The Caterham saga took another bizarre twist on Friday as an administrator became the new team principal. With the gates at Leafield still locked and


Brawn, Domenicali will start investigate Bi...

Oct 21, 2014No Comments

A group of well-known F1 names will work with the sport’s governing body to investigate the crash of seriously injured driver Jules Bianchi. It is