Marussia/Manor F1’s Graeme Lowdon says that the team is still trying to race in 2015, despite not being able to get to Abu Dhabi.
Caterham has yet to confirm who will drive its second car alongside Kamui Kobayashi in Abu Dhabi this weekend.
Bernie Ecclestone is more interested in marketing F1 to the older generation.
As plans for three-car and customer teams emerge, F1 may in fact have a full grid for 2015.
Things started to look hopeful for Marussia, but things have suddenly taken a turn for the worse.
The provisional 2015 entry list has 22 teams listed, but there's a catch.
Since the beginning of his career, the DNA of the constructor from Faenza, Gian Carlo MInardi, has been characterized by working with young drivers.
Jules Bianchi's condition has not changed according to the Marussia F1 Team.
So says a story in England's Daily Mail.
F1's grid may have shrunk to just 18 cars by the time of the US Grand Prix next weekend.