Marussia F1, backed by Richard Branson, is aiming for the 2016 championship - How high performance computing could make Marussia F1 champion

How high performance computing could make Marussia F1 champion

Marussia F1, backed by Richard Branson, is aiming for the 2016 championship

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The Marussia F1 Team.JPG Source: Marussia F1

The Marussia F1 Team was born of Richard Branson’s move into the sport in 2009. It has been racing under the new name, following the purchase of the controlling stake by Marussia Motors in 2010, throughout the 2012 season and, despite its strong Russian ties, has its headquarters in Banbury.

Marussia F1 signed a deal with F1 champions McLaren before the 2012 season kicked off to try and emulate the team’s success on a lower budget.

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