Manor has hired former McLaren sporting director Dave Ryan to be its racing director and confirmed team chiefs John Booth and Graeme Lowdon will leave at the end of the year.
Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff expressed disappointment at reports Manor team principal John Booth and present Graeme Lowdon are leaving the team.
The Manor team has asked for understanding as it returns to the scene of Jules Bianchi’s fatal accident at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Manor has announced Alexander Rossi will drive for them in “five of the remaining seven rounds of the season”.
Manor has revised its livery after announcing a deal with a new sponsor.
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.
Roberto Merhi says it was a “huge reward” for Manor to reach the chequered flag the first time they started a race this year.
Will Stevens will not start the Malaysian Grand Prix as Manor have been unable to fix the problem which developed on his car yesterday.
Having failed to participate at all in the first race of the season in Australia, both of Manor’s cars appeared on track during today’s practice sessions for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Australian Grand Prix stewards have taken no action against Manor over their failure to participate in qualifying or practice for the race.
Manor has failed to get either of its cars on track in time to qualify for the Australian Grand Prix.
The car Manor will use for the opening races of the 2015 F1 season has appeared for the first time in Melbourne.
Manor has confirmed Roberto Merhi will make his F1 race debut in this weekend’s Australian Grand Prix.
Manor has confirmed it will participate in the Australian Grand Prix next week after coming out of administration.
Manor, formerly the Marussia F1 team, says it intends to race in the first round of the season at Melbourne with Will Stevens as one of its drivers.
How Nico Rosberg managed to pit twice in three laps without losing a place.
Sebastian Vettel led a comfortable one-two for Red Bull in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
A one-two in Brazil gives Red Bull their first constructors’ championship title.
Sebastian Vettel scored his fourth win of 2010 in Interlagos.
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