Marussia wants to build own Formula 1 engines by 2016 10 October, 2013 Nikolay Fomenko Marussia owner Nikolai Fomenko wants his Formula 1 team to be powered by its own engines. As current engine supplier Cosworth departs, the team announced in July it has agreed a ‘long-term’ deal to be powered by Ferrari’s new turbo V6 from 2014. But, citing the Russian edition of Autosport, the Russian news agency Ria Novosti quotes Fomenko as saying: “If we survive to the 2016 season, then I hope Marussia will have its own engines.” “We’re moving towards that. It’s our main aim,” he added. Marussia, a Russian supercar maker led by Fomenko, bought the Formula 1 team from Virgin ahead of last season. Reports on GrandPrix247.com by: staff & contributors, Reuters syndication, GMM service, Formula 1 teams, sponsors & organisations.