After three failed attempts, under numerous different names, Marussia finally managed to finish in the top 10 of the constructors’ standings this season.
The team fended off Caterham at the final round in Brazil to secure the result, contrasting heavily with the their fortunes 12 months earlier after they cruelly lost the coveted 10th place in the closing stages of the season finale. The long-awaited result not only proves the progress that the team has made, but it will also give them a vital financial boost.
The Banbury-based outfit secured the result early in the season after Jules Bianchi finished the Malaysian Grand Prix in 13th place, capitalising on the team's performance...
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