With the announcement of Roberto Merhi as their second driver, for Australia at least, Manor F1 are all set to compete alongside the other nine teams at the Australian Grand Prix.

It has been an incredible month where it was announced the team would be exiting administration in mid February, to hurriedly trying to get the support and approval to run a modified 2014 car.

The team are more than likely to be at the back of the grid for most of 2015, which I hope won’t put the new investors off, as it would disappointing to see the team facing an uncertain future at the end of the season when it has provided one of the best stories so far of 2015.

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