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Bianchi's condition is 'stagnant'
Jules Bianchi’s father has said that his condition is “stagnant” and admitted that the Frenchman’s family must therefore consider the worst possible outcome.
WATCH: Thrills and spills
A number of drivers were caught out by the slippery track conditions in Monaco practice as the race weekend got underway.
Manor delighted with Stevens
Manor Marussia president Graeme Lowdon has been delighted with the job Will Stevens has done since joining the team.
Bianchi remains in coma
Jules Bianchi’s father admits his son is showing little sign of improvement and remains in a coma, six months after his horrific crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Stevens expects 'smooth' China
Will Stevens is confident his Chinese GP weekend will “run smoothly” as Manor bid to race both their cars for the first time this season.
Manor creditors paid 1.3p in £1
Sky Sports has learnt Manor Marussia will pay unsecured creditors, including Ferrari and McLaren, 1.262p for every pound they were owed when the team entered administration.
Manor to run in Malaysia
Manor team principal John Booth says they will be ready to take to the track for Friday practice at next week’s Malaysia Grand Prix.
Manor hit where it hurts
Bernie Ecclestone has said that Manor will have to pay their freight costs to and from Australia after failing to take part in the opening race of the season in Melbourne.
Merhi takes final seat at Manor
Roberto Merhi will drive for Manor Marussia at this weekend’s Australian GP, filling the final remaining vacancy on the 2015 F1 grid.
Manor Marussia Q&A
The Manor Marussia F1 Team held a press conference on Wednesday to announce their new backer, Stephen Fitzpatrick of OVO Energy, and also their intention to contest the entire 2015 F1 season.
Manor Marussia set for Australia
The Manor Marussia F1 Team confirmed their intention to be on the grid for next week’s season-opener in Melbourne at a press conference on Wednesday, where their new backer was formally introduced.
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.
Manor on 2015 entry list
Manor have been included on an updated F1 entry list published by the FIA as the team’s 11th-hour bid to return to the grid for the Australian GP gathers pace.
Stevens lands Manor seat
Britain’s Will Stevens has been announced as the renamed Manor team’s first driver for the 2015 season – with the outfit insisting they are on course to return to the grid at the season-opening Australian GP.
Marussia to exit administration
Marussia have reached an agreement with their creditors to a Company Voluntary Arrangement which will allows the team to exit administration.
Williams backed Marussia plan
Williams say they would have been happy for Marussia to use a 2014 car to return to the grid in the new season.
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.
Bob Fernley Q&A
Force India's deputy team principal Bob Fernley talks to Sky Sports News HQ about rejecting Marussia's plan to run a 2014 car in the 2015 season and why F1's distribution model remains a problem.
Marussia's request denied
Marussia's hopes of competing in the 2015 F1 season appear to have been dashed by rival teams.
Marussia to exit administration
Marussia’s administrators have announced that the beleaguered team will exit administration on February 19 via a Company Voluntary Arrangement.