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A raft of youngsters are set to be given their opportunity to impress at next week's year-ending tyre test at Abu Dhabi.
Manor will run development driver Jordan King and Rio Haryanto during next week's Pirelli tyre test in Abu Dhabi.
Graeme Lowdon has confirmed both he and team principal John Booth will leave Manor after the Abu Dhabi GP.
The American businessman who helped bring the Mexican and US GPs back to the F1 calendar is interested in buying Manor.
F1 heads to Brazil this weekend where Manor's Alexander Rossi will make his final F1 appearance of the season.
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Sky Sports understands that Manor team principal John Booth and president Graeme Lowdon will leave at the end of the season.
Alexander Rossi believes he has a "very good" chance of retaining his Manor seat full-time for the 2016 season.
Will Stevens is optimistic he will remain in F1 with Manor in 2016 when he expects the team to be much more competitive.
Roberto Merhi is back in the second Manor seat for the Russian GP while Alexander Rossi reverts to GP2 as the series resumes.
Manor's Graeme Lowdon believes Haas F1 will start scoring points from early on in their maiden season next year.
Damon Hill says Manor's success in securing a supply of Mercedes engines for 2016 is another kick in the teeth for Red Bull.
Mercedes will supply Manor with their latest engines from 2016 as backmarkers replace Lotus in champions' customer stable.
Jules Bianchi on the paddock's mind as F1 returns to Suzuka for the first time since the Frenchman's fatal accident.
Will Stevens insists he is in positive talks about 2016 amid speculation he could be replaced at Manor by Pascal Wehrlein.
John Booth says an 'emotional week' awaits Jules Bianchi's team as they return to the scene of his accident in Japan.
Manor president Graeme Lowdon has heaped praise on Alexander Rossi after his F1 debut in Singapore.
Alex Rossi endured a nightmare start on his Manor debut in Singapore when he crashed out at the end of Practice One.
New Manor Marussia recruit Alex Rossi is hoping to use his five-race deal to show he is deserving of a full-time place in F1.
Manor Marussia have signed Alexander Rossi to contest five of this season’s seven remaining races, starting in Singapore.
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