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Second season for Chilton at Marussia

Just hours after his name appeared on the FIA’s official 2014 entry list, Marussia have publically announced Great Britain’s Max Chilton as their second driver for the new season. Chilton will spend his second year of F1 competition once again partnering Jules Bianchi.Chilton, 22, was widely expected to stay with Marussia after a strong debut season in 2013, when he set a rookie record by finishing all 19 Grands Prix.“I am really happy to be continuing with the Marussia F1 Team into a second season,” said Chilton in Saturday’s announcement. “Continuity is important for the team but also for me as a driver. You learn such a lot in your debut season, but...
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