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Marussia retains Chilton for 2014

Sutton Images Enlarge Marussia has confirmed it will retain Max Chilton for a second season alongside Jules Bianchi. Chilton made his Formula One debut for the team in 2013 and managed to finish every race last season. With Bianchi having been confirmed as staying with the team before the end of the season, Chilton's confirmation means Marussia will field the same driver line-up for two consecutive season for the first time. Chilton said he expects to be able to show considerable improvement in 2014 now he has a year of experience under his belt. "I am really happy to be continuing with the Marussia F1 Team into a second season," Chilton said. "Continuity is important for...
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