Marussia Virgin Racing shifts to Russia
LONDON -- A Russian team will race again in Formula One starting next month, the latest attempt to rebuild the country's global image through sports.
With Moscow-based sports car manufacturer Marussia Motoring becoming Virgin Racing's controlling stake-holder, the team has ditched its Union Jack identity and will stop competing with a British license.
Russia hasn't been represented in the F1 constructors' championship since Midland raced for one season in 2006 before ultimately becoming ...
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