Max Chilton is targeting his first Formula 1 points after it was confirmed he would be retained by Marussia for a second season.The Briton was the only driver to finish every grand prix in 2013, but failed to score a point with 14th on the streets of Monaco his best result.
However, with major rule changes this season effectively resetting the playing field, the 22-year-old is hopeful Marussia can capitalise and leap up the grid.
"For sure that is our target - you have got aim high, but you don't want to be unrealistic," he told Sky Sports Online.
"I think with these big rule changes, you only have to do a few things right to go up and the top teams only have to do a few...
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