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After a curtain raiser to the 2014 season which threw up no end of talking points, Sky Sports Online sat down with Marussia Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon to discuss the matters of the moment as well as his own team's mixed fortunes in Melbourne.
Marussia's Graeme Lowdon has warned a victory for Red Bull in their appeal against Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification in the Australian GP "would open the floodgates" to other challenges to the FIA.
Max Chilton is ready to make the most of the point-scoring opportunity that Sunday's Australian Grand Prix represents for Marussia.
The early competitive order of Formula 1's new era is likely to remain shrouded in uncertainty until the chequered flag falls at the first race of the season in Australia, according to Marussia's Graeme Lowdon.
Jules Bianchi and Graeme Lowdon believe Marussia can be satisfied with how their truncated Jerez test eventually turned out after the minnows covered more mileage with their new car than Red Bull.
The gap between Red Bull and their principal rivals widened on day three of testing at Jerez on Thursday, when the World Champions once again propped up the timesheets - and their pre-season problems appeared to intensify.
Marussia have finally given their 2014 car its debut in Jerez after its launch had been delayed by a "small but frustrating technical issue".
Marussia have been forced to delay the debut of their 2014 car due to a "small but frustrating technical issue."
Marussia have become the latest F1 team to confirm their participation in the upcoming Jerez test.
Marussia Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon chats to Sky Sports Online about the challenges 2014 will present to the team, the switch to Ferrari power and the reasons for re-signing Max Chilton.
Graeme Lowdon has confirmed Marussia are on course to debut their 2014 car at the first test in Jerez at the end of January.
Max Chilton is targeting his first Formula 1 points after it was confirmed he would be retained by Marussia for a second season.
Max Chilton has been officially unveiled as Marussia's second driver for 2014, although the news will not be a surprise to most as the British driver had already been included on FIA's official entry list released on Friday evening.
Sky Sports Online speaks to team boss John Booth about 2013 and the value of tenth place to the team.
Lightning won't strike twice will it? That was the fear for Marussia ahead of the Brazilian GP. As far as F1's newbies are concerned, tenth place in the Constructors' Championship is all-important and Caterham had snatched it from their grasp just five laps from the end of last year's race.
Marussia Team Principal John Booth described the tenth-place finish they have secured in the Constructors' Championship as a "massive boost" to the team.
Max Chilton will have to wait until December before learning if he still has a seat at Marussia, Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon has said.
The starting grid for the U.S. GP has been confirmed after stewards handed out penalties to Esteban Gutierrez, Max Chilton and Charles Pic in Austin on Saturday.
McLaren Team Principal Martin Whitmarsh is doing his best to help Sergio Perez find a drive for the 2014 season.
Marussia Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon has said that fielding two drivers with Formula 1 race experience would make sense for the team next season - but admits there are "still possibilities that we need to explore".