Jules Bianchi’s underdog triumphs with the Marussia team helped put him on the radar as a potential Ferrari driver of the future.
Jules Bianchi’s former team principal John Booth has said his driver, who died today, was destined for great success in Formula One.
Jules Bianchi has died as a result of the injuries he sustained during the Japanese Grand Prix nine months ago, his family has confirmed.
The Manor team will “remember and celebrate” Jules Bianchi’s point-scoring feat in last year’s Monaco Grand Prix, which helped the team survive into 2015.
Jules Bianchi has been brought back to France after making an “important step” in his recovery from the severe brain injury he suffered in October’s Japanese Grand Prix.
The FIA has set up an Accident Panel to review Jules Bianchi’s accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Marussia has issued a denial of claims made in some media reports of Jules Bianchi’s crash during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Jules Bianchi remains in a critical but stable conditions nine days after his accident in the Japanese Grand Prix according to the latest medical update.
The only Marussia in the Russian Grand Prix was the first retirement from the race when Max Chilton reported a problem with his car.
Formula One and GP2 drivers are carrying Jules Bianchi’s name and number on their cars and helmets to show their support for him.