Max Chilton is eager to maintain the positive momentum this weekend in Korea after beating team-mate Jules Bianchi last time out in Singapore for the first time this season.
The Brit has endured a difficult rookie season so far and Marussia have lost their earlier performance advantage over Caterham, partly due to the changes to the Pirelli tyres mid-way through the year.
However, he is hoping that he can secure another good result in Korea. Speaking in a team statement he said: 'I took a lot of positives away from my first night race in Singapore. Although Korea is a very different circuit, I feel there is a real momentum building now which I am obviously keen to maintain, so between the...
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