In Marussia’s case, the Anglo-Russian outfit is not on par with the aforementioned and it won’t be missed. From the 2012 Australian GP until this year’s inaugural Russian Grand Prix, the team completed 55 races and won 2 points in the Formula 1 World Championship. That’s all! It’s no wonder these guys were losing money like a bad Black Jack player.
What about Marussia F1’s drivers? Well, there isn’t much to say about Jules Bianchi, Charles Pic or Max Chilton. Only Timo Glock shined a little behind the wheel, but the 2013 car didn’t help him at all. After a lot of bad management and dependency on the drivers’ sponsors, the team went bust and CA Global Partners will be auctioning off (almost) everything the Marussia F1 Team owned until recently.
At an event slated for December 16th and 17th in Oxfordshire, UK, CA Global Partners will sell what they’ve found in Marussia’s Banbury headquarters, except for racecar engines. The announcement mentions “Marussia Formula 1 racecars (no engines), complete test lab, race day trailer fleet, complete machine shop, corporate offices, large quantity of spare parts, including race day replacement parts & tools...”
Check the gallery below to see what the auction catalogue contains. What would you pick?