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Chilton switches to WEC
Former Marussia driver Max Chilton will switch to sportscar racing in 2015 after signing to drive for Nissan in the World Endurance Championship.
Marussia: F1 return is still on
Marussia have reiterated their determination to return to F1 in 2015, despite the sport's Strategy Group resolving to block their proposed comeback.
Marussia to exit administration
Marussia’s administrators have announced that the beleaguered team will exit administration on February 19 via a Company Voluntary Arrangement.
Chilton eyes IndyCar drive
Max Chilton is targeting a 2016 IndyCar seat after joining Carlin to assist them with their Indy Lights debut this season.
Marussia in takeover talks
The outlook for the Manor GP team, formally known as Marussia, has taken a positive turn this week with Sky sources disclosing talks with an investment group are at an advanced stage.
Fresh hope for Marussia team
Hopes that Marussia could return to the F1 grid have been rekindled after the planned auction of the team's remaining assets was cancelled.
Max Chilton Q&A
The plight of Marussia has proved one of Formula 1’s most gut-wrenching stories of the 2014 season.
Marussia auction date set
Marussia’s administrators have set an auction date for the sale of the team’s assets and equipment in mid-December.
Marussia to miss Abu Dhabi GP
A last-ditch attempt to return the Marussia F1 team to the grid for the season-ending Abu Dhabi GP has collapsed, Sky Sports News HQ has learnt.
Lowdon not giving up hope
Graeme Lowdon still thinks that the team formerly known as Marussia can continue in Formula 1 – perhaps even in Abu Dhabi’s season finale.
End of the road for Marussia
Marussia's administrators confirmed on Friday that the Formula 1 team is to be wound up, with the loss of about 200 jobs.
Abu Dhabi return for Marussia?
Sky Sports F1 understands Marussia could return to the F1 grid as soon as the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.
Marussia enter administration
Marussia have entered administration and will miss this weekend's United States Grand Prix, it was confirmed on Monday.
Chilton expects penalties
Max Chilton believes an F1 driver is likely to be penalised in Singapore this weekend due an engineer accidentally falling foul of the team radio clampdown.
Chilton coy on Marussia return
Max Chilton has refused to elaborate on precisely why he was able to take his Marussia seat back from Alexander Rossi at the Belgian GP, although he insists speculation is wide of the mark.
Chilton to race after all
Max Chilton will race in the Belgian GP for Marussia after all following the apparent resolving of the 'contractual dispute' which had briefly seen the Briton dropped for the race weekend in favour of Alexander Rossi.
'FRIC ban will hurt Merc most'
Marussia driver Max Chilton believes an outlawing of front and rear interconnected (FRIC) suspension could hurt Mercedes more than any other team.
Bianchi fastest on day two
Standing in for Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari, Jules Bianchi was fastest on the second and final day of the Silverstone in-season test.
Grid penalty for Chilton
Max Chilton has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the Austrian Grand Prix after colliding with Marussia team-mate Jules Bianchi in Canada.
Marussia looking forward
Graeme Lowdon says the prize money Marussia could well receive after scoring their first F1 points would "make an enormous difference" - but added that the team are well aware they haven't secured ninth or even tenth spot yet.