John Booth and the Marussia F1 Team (finally) uncovered the 2014, Ferrari-powered MR03 this morning at Circuito Jerez de la Frontera in Southern Spain.
|Marussia MR03 (Photo: Marussia F1 Team Twitter)|
The Russian team said “goodbye” to British engine manufacturer Cosworth at the end of last season. From 2014, the cars will be powered by Ferrari V6 turbo hybrid engines.
|Marussia MR03 (Photo: WRI2)|
Marussia is the only team – with Mercedes AMG -- to retain the same drivers as last year. Ferrari protégé, Frenchman Jules Bianchi will drive the Marussia No. 17 and his teammate, Briton Max Chilton will be behind the wheel of car No. 4.
|Jules Bianchi, Marussia MR03. (Photo: Marussia F1 Team)|