Marussia articles on F1 Fanatic archive
Marussia denies “deeply upsetting rumours” over Bianchi crash 15th October 2014, 7:58
Marussia has issued a denial of claims made in some media reports of Jules Bianchi’s crash during the Japanese Grand Prix.
Early end for Chilton’s solo run on “emotional” day 12th October 2014, 15:55
The only Marussia in the Russian Grand Prix was the first retirement from the race when Max Chilton reported a problem with his car.
Chilton delayed by driveshaft problem in sole Marussia 11th October 2014, 15:30
Max Chilton qualified last on the grid in the single Marussia entry present at the Russian Grand Prix after a driveshaft problem disrupted his running in final practice.
Bianchi suffered brain injury in crash 7th October 2014, 15:14
Jules Bianchi suffered a brain injury in his crash in the Japanese Grand Prix two days ago, his team has confirmed.
Serious crash for Bianchi ends Japanese Grand Prix 5th October 2014, 9:19
The Japanese Grand Prix came to an early end following a serious crash involving Jules Bianchi.
Stevens appointed as reserve driver at Marussia 3rd October 2014, 2:19
Marussia has announced Formula Renault 3.5 racer Will Stevens has joined the team as one of its reserve drivers.
Marussia replace Chilton with Rossi for Belgian GP 21st August 2014, 15:40
Alexander Rossi will make his Formula One debut in this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix in place of Max Chilton.
Chilton describes near-miss with Raikkonen debris 6th July 2014, 16:53
Max Chilton was fortunate to avoid injury when his car was hit by a piece of debris from Kimi Raikkonen’s crash.
Marussia hoping Ferrari will power them to first points 3rd March 2014, 11:45
Marussia enjoyed its best season so far last year and a switch to Ferrari power raises its hopes of finally scoring its first points in F1.
F1 TV spectacle will be ‘truly amazing… but I hope we don’t lose the magic’ – Lowdon 4th February 2014, 10:57
Marussia team president Graeme Lowdon believes Formula One’s new regulations will make for a more entertaining television spectacle in 2014 but is concerned over the loss of noise.