The Marussia F1 Team won't return to Formula 1. After being in administration since 27 October 2014, the curator has confirmed to Sky F1 that the team will stop racing. The employees are without a job from today.
Two British brothers were talking to take over the team, but in the end the team defunct. With dispensation of Bernie Ecclestone Marussia was allowed to miss the Grands Prix of the United States and Brazil, and coming back to be on the grid in Abu Dhabi. As the team is not there anymore from today, this will be the end of the story for the Marussia F1 Team after just four years in F1.
Also 200 employees are losing there job. Geoff Rowley, curator from FRP Advisory told the BBC: "It's very sad that a company with so many followers in the United Kingdom but also the rest of the world, needs to cease and close it's doors."