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Bianchi's family starts legal action against FIA, FOM, Marussia

Jules Bianchi's family is launching legal action against Formula 1's governing body the FIA, Marussia and the Formula One Group

Marussia and Manor in trademark dispute over 2015 Formula 1 car

An application for summary judgement brought by Marussia against Manor Grand Prix Racing for trademark infringement by using its name during the 2015 Formula 1 season has been rejected

Tributes to Marussia F1 driver Jules Bianchi after his death

The death of Marussia Formula 1 racer Jules Bianchi on Friday night prompted a flood of tributes from his friends, colleagues and admirers around the motorsport world

Maria de Villota's 2012 Marussia F1 test crash details explained

Maria de Villota was "fighting" the Marussia Formula 1 car and struggling to slow down when she crashed into an articulated trailer during a test in 2012, documents have revealed

Manor passes FIA crash tests with updated 2014 Marussia

Manor has moved another step closer its Formula 1 return after the team passed the mandatory FIA crash tests on Thursday

Williams's Pat Symonds delighted by Manor Marussia F1 revival

Williams technical chief Pat Symonds says Formula 1 "needs" teams like Manor GP, which is gearing up for a shock return from the ashes of the defunct Marussia project

Marussia saga has become a timebomb Plus

Marussia saga has become a timebomb

As Marussia's efforts to get back on the grid for 2015 become a flashpoint in the F1 cost wrangles, DIETER RENCKEN unravels the story so far and assesses the team's chances of returning

Marussia insists its proposed 2015 Formula 1 return is viable

Marussia insists its bid to get back on the Formula 1 grid for 2015 is viable, and that it will satisfy all the required conditions to return

Marussia should apply to join 2015 F1 grid properly - Force India

Force India says it would be willing to reconsider Marussia's bid to use a 2014 Formula 1 car this year if a resubmitted application was done properly

Force India: Marussia 2014 Formula 1 car proposal was 'speculative'

Force India has defended its decision to vote against what it has called a "speculative" bid by Marussia to run its 2014 Formula 1 cars this season

Strategy Group rejects Marussia request to run 2014 F1 car

Marussia's hopes of returning to the Formula 1 grid have suffered a blow after a request to run its 2014 car this season did not get the backing it needed

Marussia Formula 1 team closes on surprise return to grid for 2015

Marussia is edging closer to a surprise return to the Formula 1 grid - having paid its 2015 entry fee and revealed plans to exit administration later this month

Haas Formula 1 squad buys Marussia factory but not the team

The Haas Formula 1 team will use the former Marussia factory in Banbury as its European base for its grand prix entry in 2016

Marussia F1 team in talks with possible buyer as auction is stopped

Marussia's bosses have been given a late boost in their hopes of saving the Formula 1 team, after administrators agreed to stop an auction of its final assets

Marussia Formula 1 team collapsed with £31m debt

The Marussia Formula 1 team collapsed owing trade creditors £31.4 million - with Ferrari alone owed more than half that amount

Jules Bianchi crash report highlights Marussia brake-by-wire system

The brake-by-wire system on Jules Bianchi's Marussia Formula 1 car may have hastened his Japanese Grand Prix crash by preventing him from cutting the engine, according to a report

Marussia Formula 1 team closes doors, staff made redundant

Marussia's hopes of making a return to Formula 1 have been dashed, after administrators confirmed the outfit was shutting its doors

US GP: F1 alters qualifying for Austin with Caterham, Marussia out

Formula 1's qualifying format has been altered for the United States Grand Prix because of the absence of Caterham and Marussia

US GP: Stewards refer Caterham, Marussia F1 teams' absence to FIA

Caterham and Marussia have been deemed to be in breach of Formula 1 regulations by not participating in the United States Grand Prix, but will escape penalties for now

Do Caterham and Marussia's problems mean Formula 1 is in crisis?

With the Caterham and Marussia teams recently going into administration, the Formula 1 grid will be down to 18 cars for this weekend's United States Grand Prix

Analysis: Why small teams can't afford F1 amid Caterham/Marussia woe

Formula 1 has long been an expensive game, but the absence of Caterham and Marussia from the Austin grid has reopened debate about whether its business model is now unsustainable

Marussia F1 team ruled out of United States GP by administrators

Marussia will definitely not compete in this weekend's United States Grand Prix, administrators appointed to oversee the Formula 1 team have confirmed

Marussia F1 team set to miss United States Grand Prix as well

Marussia looks set to join Caterham in missing the United States Grand Prix after Formula 1 supremo Bernie Ecclestone said on Saturday neither team would travel to Austin

Marussia F1 team says it owes it to Jules Bianchi to fight on

Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says his team owes it to Jules Bianchi to do all it can to defend its position in the Formula 1 world championship

Marussia F1 team 'shocked' by Jules Bianchi crash allegations

The Marussia Formula 1 team has reacted angrily to upsetting claims made against it and Jules Bianchi over the circumstances behind his Japanese Grand Prix crash

Jules Bianchi's Marussia F1 team touched by fan and paddock support

Marussia chief Graeme Lowdon says the huge support from fans and the Formula 1 community has been a big help to his team in the wake of Jules Bianchi's accident

Russian GP: Marussia enters one car for Chilton after Bianchi crash

The Marussia Formula 1 team will race with only one car at the Russian Grand Prix in tribute to injured driver Jules Bianchi

Marussia F1 team yet to decide if it races with two cars in Russia

The Marussia Formula 1 team will only decide on Friday morning whether or not it will enter two cars at the Russian Grand Prix

Italian GP: Max Chilton says his Marussia F1 drive is now safe

Max Chilton says the commercial factors that led to him briefly being dropped by Marussia have been sorted, and he will race for the rest of the Formula 1 season

Belgian GP: Rossi told after practice he wouldn't race for Marussia

Alexander Rossi has revealed that he only found out that he was not making his Formula 1 race debut for Marussia at the Belgian Grand Prix after Friday's first practice

Max Chilton says there's more to Marussia story than many think

Max Chilton insists that there is more to the story behind his return to the Marussia Formula 1 cockpit at the Belgian Grand Prix that people think

Mystery remains over Chilton return to the Marussia F1 cockpit

Marussia remained coy on Friday about exactly why Max Chilton had returned to its Formula 1 cockpit at the Belgian Grand Prix

Max Chilton says he relinquished Marussia F1 seat voluntarily

Max Chilton says he relinquished his Marussia Formula 1 race seat to Alexander Rossi for the Belgian Grand Prix voluntarily due to financial issues on the team's side

Alexander Rossi replaces Max Chilton at Marussia for Belgian GP

American Alexander Rossi will make his Formula 1 racing debut with the Marussia team at the Belgian Grand Prix, replacing Max Chilton

Alexander Rossi says securing Marussia F1 test deal was critical

Alexander Rossi believes swiftly securing a Marussia Formula 1 test deal after his split with Caterham was "critical" for his career

Jules Bianchi urges Marussia F1 team to be aggressive

Jules Bianchi believes that Marussia must be aggressive in the second half of the Formula 1 season to stay in the top 10 in the constructors' championship

American Alexander Rossi joins Marussia F1 team as reserve

Alexander Rossi has joined the Marussia Formula 1 team as reserve driver for the rest of the 2014 season

Marussia F1 pair Chilton and Bianchi resolve Canadian GP crash row

Marussia Formula 1 team-mates Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton have resolved to put the dispute over their Canadian Grand Prix collision behind them

Canadian GP: Marussia's Bianchi and Chilton disagree over clash

Marussia Formula 1 team-mates Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi disagreed over who was at fault for their first lap collision in the Canadian Grand Prix

Marussia F1 team believes its progress is genuine after Monaco GP

Marussia is hopeful that its breakthrough points finish in Monaco may not be a flash in the pan, and that further good results could come later this season

Marussia closes on $30million F1 prize money boost

Marussia's points-scoring Monaco Grand Prix could put it on course for a $30million Formula 1 prize money boost later this year

Monaco GP: Jules Bianchi says Marussia's first F1 points not luck

Jules Bianchi believes Marussia's first Formula 1 points finish in the Monaco Grand Prix was not just down to luck, as he feels the team has made genuine progress

How Marussia could hold the key to F1's future Plus

How Marussia could hold the key to F1's future

Bernie Ecclestone has yet to offer Marussia terms with which to enter Formula 1's next Concorde Agreement, and that could have huge repercussions for the sport, as Dieter Rencken explains

Marussia: No longer F1 virgins Plus

Marussia: No longer F1 virgins

With crash test issues preventing any pre-season testing, it seemed to be a fraught winter for Marussia. But top men John Booth and Graeme Lowdon told Jonathan Noble why they're certain things are looking up

Symonds: Making Marussia an F1 force Plus

Symonds: Making Marussia an F1 force

It's not just the name on the door that has changed for the Marussia Formula 1 team - there's a whole new technical package and concept in place. Team consultant Pat Symonds explained it all to Simon Strang