Marussia have expressed shock and anger at claims made against the team and Jules Bianchi relating to the circumstances of
Max Chilton's future in Formula One is on the line as the Briton is out of Sunday's Belgian Grand Prix due to what Marussia
On lap 34 of the German Grand Prix at Hockenheim this weekend will mark the halfway point of the 2014 Formula One World Championship... the battles across the grid, politics off the grid and the lack of the Vettel finger, makes F1 in 2014 a great spectacle. Here is what I think so far...
Max Chilton could be doing some singing and dancing to keep the rain clouds above Silverstone for Sunday's British Grand
Say the name Max Chilton to most people and they will probably look blankly at you. Max who? For those not accustomed to
As exciting first day at Silverstone draws to a close, Mercedes look to have good single-lap pace and the chasing pack are
Marussia designer Pat Symonds has addressed the recent concerns over the prize money payout as only the top 10 team will receive any compensation for the performance in the series. Symonds, a long-time F1 man, says that things are very difficult at the team and suggests that all but the top four teams are feeling the economic crunch.
With the teams sorted, I'm moving on to the personalities of the sport. The supposedly best drivers in the world in 2012 (and a well funded Venezuelan) are headed by Sebastian Vettel, who took his third championship. He may have taken the title but the story isn't quite that simple.
Max Chilton will become the fourth Briton on the Formula One grid next season after landing a deal with Marussia for 2013
Heading into 2012, we considered the use of KERS would possibly allow Team Caterham F1 to make a much needed surge in the performance category but they still remain adrift of Toro Rosso. One has to be cautious in thinking that Marussia will experience the types of gains that would have them emerging from the back of the grid.