Formula One drivers and teams have paid tribute to Maria de Villota, who passed away today in Spain.
Marussia have confirmed Jules Bianchi will continue to drive for them in 2014.
Former Marussia technical consultant Pat Symonds has joined Williams to replace Mike Coughlan, who has stepped down as technical director.
Marussia have confirmed they will use Ferrari engines as of next year.
Marussia reserve Rodolfo Gonzalez will make his first appearance in an official F1 session in Bahrain tomorrow.
Marussia intend to build on their encouraging start to the season by introducing some new parts at the Chinese Grand Prix.
Marussia team principal John Booth hailed the team’s start to the season after the first day of practice in Australia.
Marussia have signed Venezuelan Rodolfo Gonzalez as their reserve driver for 2013 and say he will make several appearance in practice during the season.
Marussia have produced a car using a wind tunnel for the first time and have KERS too but had to make compromises on their driver line-up.
Jules Bianchi was pleased with his first run in the Marussia MR02 after signing for the team yesterday.
Max Chilton says he can cope with a four-day workload as Marussia team mate Luiz Razia misses this week’s test.
Marussia have confirmed their new car will be launched on the first day of testing for the 2013 season.
After a difficult introduction to F1, Marussia finally seemed to be making progress at the end of 2012. But losing Timo Glock is a setback for the team.
Marussia have confirmed Timo Glock will not drive for them during the 2013 season.
Timo Glock will not drive for Marussia this year according to a report in Sport Bild.
Marussia had a tough season in 2012. And just when it looked like coming good it turned sour in the final moments.
Max Chilton will make his debut appearance in an F1 race weekend at the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Charles Pic will become the first driver this year to incur a penalty for having an engine change.
Tio Ellinas has earned a chance to drive for Marussia in next year’s Young Drivers’ Test.
Marussia will use a Kinetic Energy Recovery System for the first time in 2013, technical consultant Pat Symonds has confirmed.