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Investor: Manor worth saving

Written By kolimtiga on Kamis, 05 Maret 2015 | 19.03

By Jonathan Noble and Matt Beer Wednesday, March 4th 2015, 16:43 GMT

Manor investor Stephen Fitzpatrick says he could not stand to see the former Marussia Formula 1 team disappear after it had finally achieved its breakthrough points in 2014

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Manor will race in Melbourne

By Jonathan Noble Wednesday, March 4th 2015, 16:15 GMT

Manor has confirmed that its Formula 1 car is ready to race at the Australian Grand Prix

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King denies aiming for Ecclestone role

By Jonathan Noble Wednesday, March 4th 2015, 17:50 GMT

Former Sainsbury's boss Justin King insists his focus in Formula 1 is on helping move Manor up the grid rather than chasing a role in running the sport

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Symonds delighted by Marussia revival

Written By kolimtiga on Rabu, 04 Maret 2015 | 19.03

By Ben Anderson Tuesday, March 3rd 2015, 16:54 GMT

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

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Alonso pulls out of Australian GP

By Jonathan Noble Tuesday, March 3rd 2015, 12:16 GMT

Fernando Alonso has pulled out of the Australian Grand Prix after doctors advised him against getting back in a Formula 1 car just yet

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Williams expects 'scrap' with Ferrari

By Lawrence Barretto Wednesday, March 4th 2015, 10:06 GMT

Williams believes it will be "scrapping" with Ferrari early in the 2015 Formula 1 season and suspects the Italian team is closer than final testing results suggest

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Williams reveals Wolff's 2015 outings

Written By kolimtiga on Selasa, 03 Maret 2015 | 19.03

Tuesday, March 3rd 2015, 09:27 GMT

Williams has finalised Susie Wolff's Formula 1 programme for 2015, with the Spanish and British Grands Prix selected for her Friday practice outings

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Renault admits it still has work to do

By Ben Anderson Monday, March 2nd 2015, 17:04 GMT

Renault admits it will arrive at the first race of the new Formula 1 season with work still to do to meet its target of closing the gap to Mercedes

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Mercedes made Force India test viable

By Lawrence Barretto Tuesday, March 3rd 2015, 11:21 GMT

Mercedes paid Force India to run its reserve driver Pascal Wehrlein at the second Formula 1 test, which made it financially viable for the Silverstone-based team to test at Barcelona

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Ferrari: Grandstand stunt was protest

Written By kolimtiga on Senin, 02 Maret 2015 | 19.03

By Ben Anderson Monday, March 2nd 2015, 09:29 GMT

Ferrari team members in the Barcelona grandstand, F1 testing 2015

Ferrari team principal Maurizio Arrivabene says he took to the grandstands during Formula 1 testing at Barcelona as a protest against proposed pass restrictions on teams this season.

Arrivabene was pictured with team personnel, including reserve driver Esteban Gutierrez, sat with F1 fans while watching testing unfold from the stands last Saturday.

The Scuderia boss said he made the move as a "provocation" against plans to increase limits on the number of paddock passes teams can hand out at races this year.

"I heard that in Australia there will be more restriction [for teams] in terms of passes and I think this is not acceptable," Arrivabene explained.

"So I said to the guys 'OK, if we're going to have a situation where the paddock is going to be empty it's better if we start training to go to the people and sit in the grandstands'.

"I have to say it was a good experience, because the people were well educated [about F1], they were respectful, they were asking for pictures. I hope to have other experiences like this.

"If we want to keep the exclusivity of this sport, exclusivity doesn't mean an empty paddock. This is my clear statement.

"I was using the example of golf. Golf is one of the most exclusive sports, but when they play you have thousands of people following the player.

"It's not working against the exclusivity of the sport.

"It was a kind of provocation and I love to do this kind of provocation.

"We need to take Formula 1 to the people. I don't like to see the paddock empty."

When asked to quantify the new limits, and whether he had discussed his concerns with F1 commercial chief Bernie Ecclestone, Arrivabene added: "I am expecting a phone call from him.

"Nothing is decided yet, but we have certain communication that the number will be reduced.

"In Formula 1 it's normal you have some rumours that become reality. I sit in the stand before it becomes reality."


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