Marussia's Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton were hindered during the Singapore Grand Prix by high tyre degradation, causing them to lose out in their fight with Giedo van der Garde.
Bianchi also struggled early on with a gearbox problem which meant he had to make an unscheduled stop for a steering wheel change. That resolved the problem but he soon came into trouble with tyre degradation, having to drop back and ultimately lose out in the fight with the lead Caterham.
Discussing his race in a team statement he said: 'I was hoping for better today but the first half of the race didn’t go at all well for me. Just as I was stopping for the first time I lost the gears and I was worried it was...
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