The Japanese Grand Prix came to an early end following a serious crash involving Jules Bianchi.
Marussia has announced Formula Renault 3.5 racer Will Stevens has joined the team as one of its reserve drivers.
Marussia have reversed their decision to replace Max Chilton with Alexander Rossi for this weekend’s Belgian Grand Prix.
Max Chilton’s management team has issued a statement claiming he voluntarily stepped down from his race seat with Marussia this weekend.
Max Chilton was fortunate to avoid injury when his car was hit by a piece of debris from Kimi Raikkonen’s crash.
Max Chilton has been given a three-place grid penalty for the next race after he was judged to be responsible for a crash which eliminated both Marussias from the race.
Kevin Magnussen and Jules Bianchi have had penalty points added to their licenses for infractions during the Malaysian Grand Prix.
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.
Jules Bianchi says the new generation of Formula One cars are trickier to drive but he is relishing the challenge.
The Marussia MR03 boasts a Ferrari V6 turbo engine for the first time. Here are pictures of their 2014 car.
Max Chilton will have to serve a drive-through penalty within the first five laps of the United States Grand Prix.
Formula One drivers and teams have paid tribute to Maria de Villota, who passed away today in Spain.
Jules Bianchi will not take part in second practice following his crash in the first session.
Jules Bianchi has been handed a three-place grid penalty for impeding Paul di Resta during qualifying for the Korean Grand Prix.
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.
Jules Bianchi said he was “surprised” by the performance of the Marussia MR02 when he had his first run in the car ahead of his F1 debut last weekend.