support from crowd funding and major help from Bernie Ecclestone, the Caterham
F1 Team has made it to Abu Dhabi for the season finale while Marussia F1 Team’s
attempt to do the same went in vain.
As good news
broke out that Jules Bianchi was out of coma and transferred to a hospital in
France whilst still in “critical” condition, Marussia F1 Team who had stopped
trading and had folded recently made one last attempt to race at the final
grand prix of the 2014 season in Abu Dhabi. With support from Ferrari to deploy
some personnel to assist the team with their engines, which are supplied to the
team by Ferrari, the rescue operations of the team didn’t work out as planned.
the Marussia F1 driver tweeted on the unfortunate result; “Devastated for
everyone involved at Marussia in the past 24 hours that the hard work trying to
get to Abu Dhabi didn't work out as we hoped.”
of 9 teams with 18 cars on the grid as in Austin and Sao Paolo in weeks gone
by, the grid will host 10 teams with 19 cars in Abu Dhabi. Caterham F1 team have
made it to the venue just in time.
The team has
confirmed that Kamui Kobayashi will be the sole driver for the team for the
weekend at the Yas Marina Circuit as Marcus Erricsson has severed ties with the
team to drive for Sauber next year.
also hopeful to find a buyer for the team soon to continue in the sport for the
Pictures courtesy Caterham F1
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