Marussia's administrators have announced the date it will auction off the F1 team's assets after ceasing trading.

While Marussia attempted to make it to the grid in Abu Dhabi, it had already been wound up ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix and was ultimately unsuccessful. Now administrator FRP Advisory has said all of Manor Grand Prix Racing Limited T/A Marussia F1 Team's assets will be auctioned off on Tuesday 16 and Wednesday 17 December.

The auction is listed as relating to the "complete closure of former Formula 1 racing team headquarters", with the team's base in Banbury currently housing the items.

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The items to be auctioned off include: Marussia Formula 1 race cars (no engines), a complete test lab, the team's race day trailer fleet, the complete machine shop, corporate offices, large quantity of spare parts including race day replacement parts and tools, as well as hi-tech server equipment.

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I wonder if Caterham administrators will be there bidding for the cars - they were way better that their own!!!

But a sad day all in all.