Yes, the Love Bug.
Max Chilton dedicated his first pole position in Indy Lights today to his only teammate in Formula One: Jules Bianchi. Bianchi passed away last night after sustaining severe head injuries at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix.
No one expected the Marussia Formula One team to make it on to the grid this year, yet here we are in March, watching the team name Will Stevens as its first driver and going full steam ahead on its plans to make it to the Australian Grand Prix. Ovo Energy founder Stephen Fitzpatrick is largely the reason why.
The Haas Formula One team is officially a tale of two cities. According to Racecar Engineering, Haas just acquired Marussia's former factory in Banbury, England, for the European base of Haas F1's operations.
Bad news, everyone who's been gripped by the saga of Alonso Watch 2014: he won't be buying Marussia after all. It's looking more and more likely that he'll end up at McLaren, with McLaren racing director Eric Boullier saying that he needs to make a decision on that before Abu Dhabi.
The Formula One grid is a lot smaller than normal in Austin this weekend because the Marussia and Caterham teams are both too cash-strapped to run the race. Adding insult to injury, the teams could technically face penalties from the FIA for not showing up, but race stewards have decided otherwise.
Two changes are coming to the Formula One United States Grand Prix. The FIA will change the F1 qualifying format in response to Marussia and Caterham's absence, and the series plans to test a yellow flag speed limit.
Per the latest family statement, injured Marussia Formula One driver Jules Bianchi remains in "critical but stable" condition at Mie General Medical Center in Yoikkachi, Japan. Bianchi has been fighting for his life ever since colliding with a tractor at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Marussia joins Caterham as the second Formula One team to enter into administration due to financial difficulties. Because of this, the administrators over the team confirmed today that Marussia will be missing the United States Grand Prix.
Cars are en route to Austin for the United States Grand Prix, and per Bernie Ecclestone, two teams are missing from the shipment: Caterham and Marussia. Only nine teams and eighteen cars will make the USGP the smallest Formula One grid since 2005.
Yesterday, Alexander Rossi's name appeared on the official FIA entry list for the Russian Grand Prix as a replacement for the injured Jules Bianchi. But now Marussia has announced they will only run one car this weekend, out of respect for Jules.
For the first time since Scott Speed left Scuderia Toro Rosso in 2007, an American should be on the grid for a Formula One race as Alexander Rossi looks set to step in for the injured Jules Bianchi at Marussia this weekend.
Bad news for America: we won't be racing in F1 this weekend at the Belgian Grand Prix.
American Alexander Rossi will compete in this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix. It's been a while since we've had a driver in F1, so here's the whole story behind this guy.
The world's most successful and well known automaker, Marussia, appears to have ceased operations. It sounds impossible, I know, but it seems to be true. How can this happen? HOW CAN THIS BE?
Formula 1 team Marussia lost a day's worth of vital on-track testing after its servers were struck with a computer virus. So what would it take to hack their car?