A wind tunnel model of Manor’s 2017 Formula One car has been posted on social media.
Manor made a huge leap forward in 2016 but their season ended on a slightly sour note as they fell to last in the constructors’ championship.
Spirits are high at Manor after Pascal Wehrlein reached Q2 in qualifying for the Belgian Grand Prix on pure pace, but the team admit they were hoping for more than 16th.
Rio Haryanto will remain with Manor as the team’s reserve driver after losing his race seat at the team.
Manor test driver Jordan King says the team made significant progress with their chassis between his two tests for them in Barcelona and Silverstone.
An exceptional effort from the German driver, who starts P12 for the Austrian Grand Prix
Manor has retained Alexander Rossi as its official reserve driver for 2016 following his brief stint in their race line-up last year.
It’s all change at Manor this year but the arrival of Mercedes power could propel them from tail-enders to the midfield.
According to Manor the fire extinguisher is the only part the MRT05 shares with its predecessor. Take a look at what’s new.
Pascal Wehrlein reckons Manor can get among the points-scorers in 2016 – and he may well be right.
Pascal Wehrlein will occupy one of Manor’s two race seats for 2016, the team has confirmed.
Manor has hired another former member of Ferrari’s design team as it bids to move up the grid in 2016.
Manor has appointed former Ferrari designed Nikolas Tombazis as its chief aerodynamicist.
The Indonesian government has offered Manor €15 million (£10.8m) to run Rio Haryanto in next year’s championship.
For Manor, merely being on the grid in 2015 and lasting until the end of the season was an achievement after their 2014 campaign came to an early end.
Manor has hired former McLaren sporting director Dave Ryan to be its racing director and confirmed team chiefs John Booth and Graeme Lowdon will leave at the end of the year.
Mercedes executive director Toto Wolff expressed disappointment at reports Manor team principal John Booth and president Graeme Lowdon are leaving the team.
The Manor team has asked for understanding as it returns to the scene of Jules Bianchi’s fatal accident at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Manor has announced Alexander Rossi will drive for them in “five of the remaining seven rounds of the season”.
Manor has revised its livery after announcing a deal with a new sponsor.