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'FRIC ban will hurt Merc most'
Marussia driver Max Chilton believes an outlawing of front and rear interconnected (FRIC) suspension could hurt Mercedes more than any other team.
Bianchi fastest on day two
Standing in for Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari, Jules Bianchi was fastest on the second and final day of the Silverstone in-season test.
Grid penalty for Chilton
Max Chilton has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the Austrian Grand Prix after colliding with Marussia team-mate Jules Bianchi in Canada.
Marussia looking forward
Graeme Lowdon says the prize money Marussia could well receive after scoring their first F1 points would "make an enormous difference" - but added that the team are well aware they haven't secured ninth or even tenth spot yet.
Chilton aiming for points
Max Chilton is ready to make the most of the point-scoring opportunity that Sunday's Australian Grand Prix represents for Marussia.
New Marussia breaks cover
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 to miss start of test
Marussia have been forced to delay the debut of their 2014 car due to a "small but frustrating technical issue."
Marussia will run at Jerez
Marussia have become the latest F1 team to confirm their participation in the upcoming Jerez test.
Marussia aim for Jerez
Graeme Lowdon has confirmed Marussia are on course to debut their 2014 car at the first test in Jerez at the end of January.
Chilton targets first points
Max Chilton is targeting his first Formula 1 points after it was confirmed he would be retained by Marussia for a second season.
Chilton officially unveiled
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.
FIA reveal driver numbers
The FIA have revealed the driver numbers for the 2014 season with Lewis Hamilton choosing '44' and World Champion Sebastian Vettel to be badged as number '1' having requested '5' for the duration of his career.
Chilton forced to wait on 2014
Max Chilton will have to wait until December before learning if he still has a seat at Marussia, Sporting Director Graeme Lowdon has said.
Marussia still mulling options
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".
Chilton: I deserve 2014 seat
Max Chilton says his performances this season prove he deserves a Formula 1 seat in 2014.
Chilton: No 2014 contract yet
Max Chilton has confirmed he has no contract in place for 2014, but hopes his performances will be enough to see him remain in F1 next year.
Brits at Spa
Watch reaction from the Britsh drivers after the Belgian GP qualifying.
The team deserve it - Chilton
Max Chilton has praised his Marussia team after he qualified in a career best 16th.
Marussia hope to retain pair
Marussia chief John Booth has expressed his desire to retain Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton for 2014 with the team aiming to finalise their driver line-up far earlier than was the case ahead of this season.
Chilton aware results the key
Max Chilton insists his focus has to remain solely on delivering consistent performances in his debut Formula 1 season - continuing with his maiden British GP this weekend - if he is to secure his long-term future in the sport.