Marussia’s assets will start to be auctioned off by the team’s administrators this week, all but ending hopes the debt struck squad can be salvaged.
Jules Bianchi 'did not slow sufficiently' before his accident at Suzuka, the FIA's Accident Panel has found.
- Max Chilton Q&A
- Marussia auction date set
- Bianchi out of artificial coma
- Marussia to miss Abu Dhabi GP
- 'Serious takeover talks'
- Lowdon not giving up hope
- End of the road for Marussia
- 2015 F1 entry list published
- Abu Dhabi return for Marussia?
- Fourteen cars on F1 grid in 2015?
- FIA ready to support cost cap?
- Jules still critical but stable
- 'Serious' interest in Marussia
- Marussia enter administration
- Marussia to also miss U.S. GP
- FIA Accident Panel revealed
- Marussia deny Bianchi reports
- Bianchi's condition unchanged
It has been a winter of change at Ferrari as they bid to get back on track after a disappointing season but expectations remain high for the next campaign.
Graeme Lowdon has insisted Marussia can return to the F1 grid - even in the Abu Dhabi season finale.
Sky Sports F1 understands Marussia could return to the F1 grid in Abu Dhabi and that 2015 entry lodged.
Administrators confirm Marussia will miss the U.S. GP - but could still finish ninth in the championship.
FIA reveal Ross Brawn and Stefano Domenicali part of Accident Panel to look into Jules Bianchi's crash.
Pos Driver Nationality Team Pts 1 Hamilton Mercedes 384.0 2 Rosberg Mercedes 317.0 3 Ricciardo Red Bull 238.0 4 Bottas Williams 186.0 5 Vettel Red Bull 167.0 6 Alonso Ferrari 161.0 7 Massa Williams 134.0 8 Button McLaren 126.0 9 Hulkenberg Force India 96.0 10 Perez Force India 59.0 11 Magnussen McLaren 55.0 12 Raikkonen Ferrari 55.0 13 Vergne Toro Rosso 22.0 14 Grosjean Lotus 8.0 15 Kvyat Toro Rosso 8.0 16 Maldonado Lotus 2.0 17 Bianchi Marussia 2.0 18 Sutil Sauber 0.0 19 Ericsson Caterham 0.0 20 Gutierrez Sauber 0.0 21 Chilton Marussia 0.0 22 Kobayashi Caterham 0.0 23 Lotterer Caterham 0.0