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While they may survive for a while they are not going anywhere soon. The money situation as such has just got worse for them and with such limited resources they have little chance of progressing. F1 is littered with teams with big ideas and no money and it's not surprising that Bernie is not keen on having them on the grid. The gap between the front and the back of the grid is immense and far too big for Marussia and the others to close up. I don't have an answer to the problem as it's been there a long time and has got much worse as the big manufacturers have joined in. It's really a championship for the big boys now and that's what Bernie has always wanted.