Marussia could start 2015 F1 season after investor offers lifeline

• Marussia entered administration in October owing £31m
• Talks with investor ‘at a fairly advanced stage’
• ‘Teams going bankrupt is nothing new but a solution is needed’

Marussia, who missed the last three Formula One races of the 2014 season after entering administration in October, are still fighting for survival and hope to be racing in 2015.

An auction of the team’s assets, planned for this week, has been postponed, while the team principal, John Booth, said negotiations with an investor were “at a fairly advanced stage”.

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