Max Chilton believes securing their maiden World Championship point is a realistic goal for Marussia this season.
On Saturday the team confirmed that Chilton had retained his seat for a second season and would partner Jules Bianchi.
The team opted for continuity in light of the major overhaul in the sport's engine regulations, which includes the introduction of 1.6-litre V6 engines and a limit of just 100kgs of fuel per race.
Chilton is hoping to take advantage of those changes as many expect a bit of upheaval and more than a few retirements while the teams find their footing.
"For sure that is our target - you have got aim high, but you don't want to be unrealistic," the...
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