Meet The Man Who Rescued The Marussia F1 Team With Dolla Dolla Billz

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. » 3/02/15 8:55pm Monday 8:55pm

Marussia's Late Entry Hopes May Be Crushed By Inability To Use 2014 Car

According to RACER, embattled Formula One team Marussia was this close to a surprise return to the Formula One grid this year. Because it's so late in the development season, the team requested the F1 Strategy Group if they could run their 2014 chassis. That request was just denied. » 2/05/15 7:30pm 2/05/15 7:30pm

Fernando Alonso: No, I Did Not Buy Marussia For A Dollar

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. » 11/06/14 8:34pm 11/06/14 8:34pm

Caterham And Marussia Won't Face Penalty For Being Too Broke To Race

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. » 10/31/14 6:37pm 10/31/14 6:37pm

Jules Bianchi Continues Recovery In "Critical But Stable" Condition

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. » 10/30/14 11:47am 10/30/14 11:47am