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5dLaurence Edmondson

Uncertainty remains over Haryanto's future

Rio Haryanto's future as a Manor driver beyond this weekend's Hungarian Grand Prix remains in doubt as his management attempts to secure a contract for the remaining ten races thereafter.

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5dNate Saunders

Manor appoints Mayer as CEO

Manor has added to its leadership team by appointing Renault's chief operating officer Thomas Mayer to the role of CEO.

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11dNate Saunders

Bianchi's father wants 'justice for Jules'

The father of the late Jules Bianchi says he has "nothing to lose" as he takes legal action against the FIA, F1 and Marussia over his son's fatal crash in 2014.

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19dLewis Larkam

Wehrlein believes Manor can challenge Renault

Pascal Wehrlein believes Manor can become regular points scorers and challenge Renault in the constructors standings, following his 10th place finish at last weekend's Austrian Grand Prix.

23dNate Saunders

Wehrlein goes from last to 'amazing' 10th

Pascal Wehrlein came through a rollercoaster Austrian Grand Prix to claim Manor's first point since 2014, having ran last at one stage of the points.

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53dNate Saunders

Rossi: Indy 500 win proved my ability

Alexander Rossi insists he is not dwelling on a return to Formula One despite raising his stock after winning the Indy 500 at the first attempt.

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61dLaurence Edmondson

Haryanto on crash: 'I just lost the rear'

Rio Haryanto said the damage to his Manor was relatively minor following his big accident at the Nouvelle Chicane during practice for the Monaco Grand Prix.

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61dLaurence Edmondson

Bianchi family starts legal action over Jules' death

Jules Bianchi's family is launching legal action against the FIA, the Marussia F1 team and Formula One Management (FOM) over the accident which led to their son's death.

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62dLaurence Edmondson

Wehrlein: Mercedes rumours are a compliment

Pascal Wehrlein sees rumours linking him to a Mercedes drive as a compliment after his recent in-season test for the team sparked wild speculation of a drive as early as the Monaco Grand Prix.

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64dNate Saunders

Haryanto unsure he will see out 2016

Rio Haryanto is unsure whether he will see out his debut Formula One season with Manor due to ongoing uncertainty with his funding.

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64dNate Saunders

Manor eyeing more aggressive tyre selections

Dave Ryan admits the team has been too conservative with its tyre choices so far in 2016 and is eyeing a change in mentality as the season goes on.

101dLaurence Edmondson

Wehrlein scared by 'strange' spin

Pascal Wehrlein said his spin during qualifying for the Chinese Grand Prix was "something really strange".

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104dNate Saunders

Wehrlein: More to come from Manor

Manor rookie Pascal Wehrlein says the team has "work to do" to utilise its full potential over a lap following his impressive showing in Bahrain.

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129dLewis Larkam

Haryanto explains FP3 pit-lane collision

Rio Haryanto says "clutch hesitation" led to his collision with Romain Grosjean in the pit lane, though he thinks the Frenchman should have seen him before contact was made.

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129dLaurence Edmondson

Haryanto hit with grid drop at first grand prix

Rio Haryanto will take a drop of three grid positions at his debut grand prix and has been hit with two penalty points on his superlicence after a pit lane collision in FP3.

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139dNate Saunders

Manor 'not interested' in making up the numbers

Manor boss Dave Ryan refusing to make predictions ahead of team's first campaign with Mercedes power but says it is already "much stronger" than 2015.

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139dNate Saunders

Rossi returns to Manor as reserve driver

American driver will combine his rookie IndyCar season with a reserve role at Manor, where he missed out on a full-time F1 drive ahead of the 2016 season.

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151dNate Saunders

Manor happy to stick with longer nose

Dave Ryan thinks Manor will stick with the longer nose of its MRT-05 -- something none of its rivals have done -- but says it has nothing to do with lack of resources.

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