Formula One stable Marussia has parted company with German driver Timo Glock by mutual consent after three years, the British-based team said Monday.
Marussia F1 Team's German driver Timo Glock sits during a press conference at the Hockenheimring circuit on July 19, 2012. Formula One stable Marussia has parted company with Glock by mutual consent after three years.
"Timo has made a very significant contribution to our Team over the past three seasons, helping us to develop our package to the point where, for a large proportion of the 2012 season, we were holding 10th place in the Constructors' Championship. Timo is a fantastic driver and he has been a very popular member of the Team," said team principal John Booth.
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