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Jules Bianchi’s father has said that his condition is “stagnant” after his accident in the Japanese GP last October.
A number of drivers were caught out by the slippery track conditions in Monaco as the race weekend got underway.
Manor president Graeme Lowdon has been delighted with the job Will Stevens has done since joining the team.
Jules Bianchi’s father says his son shows little sign of improvement and remains in a coma, six months after his crash.
Will Stevens is confident his Chinese GP will feature many more laps than Malaysia as Manor bid to race both cars for first time.
Marussia will pay unsecured creditors 1.3p in the pound, more than they would have received had the team auctioned off.
Manor team principal John Booth says they will be ready to take to the track for Friday practice at the Malaysia GP.
Bernie Ecclestone has said that Manor will have to pay their freight costs to and from the Australian Grand Prix.
Roberto Merhi will drive for Manor Marussia at this weekend’s Australian GP, filling the final remaining vacancy on the 2015 F1 grid.
The team were relaunched on Wednesday, when Graeme Lowdon, Stephen Fitzpatrick and Justin King spoke of their plans.
The new backer of the Manor Marussia F1 Team was formally introduced at a press conference on Wednesday.
Ex-Marussia driver Max Chilton is switching to sportscar racing after signing for Nissan in the World Endurance Championship.
Manor included on updated 2015 F1 entry list, with businessman Stephen Fitzpatrick understood to be behind revival.
Britain's Will Stevens has been named as the renamed Manor team's first driver for 2015 with the team making "huge strides" to return.
Marussia have reached an agreement with their creditors to a Company Voluntary Arrangement which will allows the team to exit administration.
Claire Williams says her team would have been happy for Marussia to use a 2014 car to return to the grid in March.
Marussia are still determined to return to F1, despite the Strategy Group apparently blocking their proposed comeback.
Force India's deputy team principal explains why his team rejected Marussia's proposal and F1's ongoing cost crisis.
Marussia's hopes of competing in the 2015 F1 season appear to have been dashed by rival teams.
Marussia’s administrators have announced that the beleaguered team will exit administration on February 19 via a CVA.
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