Marussia to debut new car on Thursday at Jerez 29 January, 2014 Marussia trucks at Jerez Marussia is on course to finally debut its 2014 car on Thursday after missing the first two days in Spain. On Tuesday, having delayed the launch of the MR03 due to minor technical trouble, the team said that their newly Ferrari-powered car was finally making its way from the UK to Jerez. With some trucks and personnel already at the southern Spanish test track, Marussia’s race team and Ferrari support crew arrived at Jerez on Wednesday morning. The new car is apparently not far behind. “The truck and car are making great progress – should be here mid to late afternoon,” Marussia said on Twitter. “So a busy night ahead to prepare ourselves for its debut.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsMarussia releases driver schedule for Bahrain testMarussia: Pretty pleased with the early signs from the new packageMarussia MR03 finally breaks cover at Jerez after two day no showMarussia makes it to the test and expects to run on ThursdayMarussia to miss first day of testing due to glitchMarussia: This has been an important test for usMarussia: Overwhelmingly positive dayMarussia: We appear to have a better balanced carMarussia: A very useful day for the teamRenault’s Rob White gives a frank assessment of the three F1 pre-season tests Hugo Wow, so exciting. Real-time news of a car en route to a venue, anxiously waiting to prove how bad they are again. Matthew At least they’re making it! More then can be said about lotus!