Lewis Hamilton is aiming for a 32nd career win in the US Grand Prix, which would make him the most successful British F1 driver in history

F1 US Grand Prix 2014: Rival teams struggling to make ends meet as Lewis Hamilton bids to set new British wins record

Caterham and Marussia have gone into administration since the last race, but the championship leader is focusing on scoring his 32nd career victory in Texas

Marussia are among those struggling

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Marussia will miss the United States Grand Prix this weekend

Max Chilton in action in his Marussia in Russia

F1: Marussia placed into administration and will join Caterham in missing United States Grand Prix

Both Caterham and Marussia have serious financial troubles as the 2014 season nears its close

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Star driver's exit and blast from new president mark end of ex-president's aristocratic reign

Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso

F1: Fernando Alonso to leave Ferrari at end of the season, confirms recently-departed president Luca Di Montezemolo

Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel is expected to join the Italian manufacturer with Alonso set to move on after five year's with Ferrari

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