Max Chilton believes he has earned another year on the Formula One grid, saying he has proved his pace and consistency.
Although his Marussia team-mate Jules Bianchi outperformed him during the first half of the season, Chilton has managed to close the gap during the last few races.
Marussia, though, have already confirmed Bianchi for the 2014 season while Chilton's future remains unclear with the team only set to announce their second driver after the season is over.
However, the 22-year-old Briton feels he deserves another shot.
"I feel I'm showing not just the team, but everyone on the whole, I deserve a seat for next year," he is quoted as saying by sportinglife.com....
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