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Marussia needs to push on - Booth

Sutton Images Enlarge Marussia team principal John Booth says the team needs "to move forward again" in 2014 on the back of its best season to date. Having never finished in the top ten in the constructors' championship in its first three years in the sport, Marussia beat Caterham to 10th place last year to open up the potential for more prize money. However, Booth has been encouraged by the progress the team has made compared to previous years and says it is crucial Marussia builds on the momentum. "I think we've improved operationally, year in, year out," Booth told N. "We look like a proper F1 team, we operate like a proper F1 team; pit stops we're very good at...
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