PARIS – Caterham and Marussia have both been included on next year's entry list for the Formula One world championship despite recently going into administration.
Both teams are in danger of losing their F1 status after being given special dispensation to miss last weekend's U.S. Grand Prix and this weekend's Brazilian Grand Prix.
Last week, Marussia team's move into bankruptcy protection, four days after Caterham did the same, leaving only 18 cars on the grid in Austin, Texas, the smallest in nearly a decade.
Caterham has re-entered under its company name of 1 Malaysia Racing Sdn Bhd, which owns the team's F1 rights. Marussia has re-branded and will be known as Manor Grand Prix if it returns to the grid next season, although unlike Caterham its entry is subject to confirmation.