The FIA is looking into admitting a new team into Formula 1. But while gaining an entry is difficult, staying in is even harder.
Manor made a huge leap forward in 2016 but their season ended on a slightly sour note as they fell to last in the constructors’ championship.
Rio Haryanto will remain with Manor as the team’s reserve driver after losing his race seat at the team.
Manor test driver Jordan King says the team made significant progress with their chassis between his two tests for them in Barcelona and Silverstone.
It’s all change at Manor this year but the arrival of Mercedes power could propel them from tail-enders to the midfield.
Manor has appointed former Ferrari designed Nikolas Tombazis as its chief aerodynamicist.
For Manor, merely being on the grid in 2015 and lasting until the end of the season was an achievement after their 2014 campaign came to an early end.
Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff expressed disappointment at reports Manor team principal John Booth and president Graeme Lowdon are leaving the team.
Manor driver Roberto Merhi only learned he would not be racing in this weekend’s Singapore Grand Prix after arriving at the circuit.
Manor has revised its livery after announcing a deal with a new sponsor.
Manor has signed 2013 GP2 champion Fabio Leimer as its reserve driver and will run him in selected first practice sessions during the rest of the season.
Manor has made a series of appointments to its technical staff as it bids to rebuild its Formula One campaign.
Will Stevens will not start the Malaysian Grand Prix as Manor have been unable to fix the problem which developed on his car yesterday.
Both Manor drivers will be allowed to start the Malaysian Grand Prix but Romain Grosjean has been given a grid penalty.
Having failed to participate at all in the first race of the season in Australia, both of Manor’s cars appeared on track during today’s practice sessions for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
The Australian Grand Prix stewards have taken no action against Manor over their failure to participate in qualifying or practice for the race.
Manor’s sporting director Graeme Lowden says he is unsure when his team’s cars will be able to run after they missed both of today’s practice sessions.
The car Manor will use for the opening races of the 2015 F1 season has appeared for the first time in Melbourne.
Manor has confirmed it will participate in the Australian Grand Prix next week after coming out of administration.
Manor has been given a place on a ten-team entry list for this year’s championship by the FIA.