Standing in for Kimi Raikkonen at Ferrari, Jules Bianchi was fastest on day two of the Silverstone in-season test.
Jules Bianchi has admitted he has no chance of driving for Ferrari next season despite topping the timesheets on Day Two
Jules Bianchi says he is ready for a call up to Ferrari if he was needed by the team to deputise for Kimi Raikkonen.
Felipe Massa's Williams was fastest on Day One of Formula 1's latest in-season test at Silverstone on Tuesday.
Just days after scoring both his and Marussia's first points in Monaco, we spoke to the Frenchman about the result.
Graeme Lowdon says Monaco points will "make an enormous difference" to Marussia, but knows the fight isn't over.
Marussia were overjoyed after picking up their first ever F1 points thanks to Jules Bianchi's ninth place in Monaco.
Jules Bianchi will take a five-place grid drop after Marussia were forced to change his gearbox for reliability reasons.
Jules Bianchi will start working with a new race engineer following the arrival of Francesco Nenci from Sauber.
An impressive rookie year in the bag, Jules Bianchi now needs Marussia to deliver to keep his Ferrari dream on course.
Jules Bianchi says the fact Marussia clocked more laps than Red Bull despite a delayed start reflects well on the team.
Marussia have finally given their 2014 car its debut in Jerez after its launch had been delayed by a 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.
Graeme Lowdon has confirmed Marussia are on course to debut their 2014 car at the first pre-season test in Jerez.
Lewis Hamilton will use the number '44' in 2014 and World Champion Sebastian Vettel is to be badged as number '1'.
Ferrari have confirmed their participation in the Bahrain tyre test and will run Pedro de la Rosa and Jules Bianchi.
Sebastian Vettel once again led the list of winners at the annual Autosport Awards in London on Sunday night.
Jules Bianchi, Giedo Van der Garde and Pastor Maldonado all crashed out during Practice One for the Japanese GP.
Jules Bianchi will miss Practice Two at the Japanese GP after suffering chassis damage in his Practice One crash.
Jules Bianchi and Charles Pic have been given ten-place grid penalties after picking up their third reprimands in Korea.
Marussia have confirmed that the highly-rated Jules Bianchi will continue to drive for the team in 2014.
Ferrari Academy chief Luca Baldisserri has praised Jules Bianchi's seamless transition into a full-time F1 driver.
Marussia team boss John Booth has expressed his desire to retain both Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton into next season.
Graeme Lowdon admits he was relieved no one was hurt when Bianchi's car rolled across the track during the German GP.