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Marussia expects 'big difference' with Ferrari

Marussia will retain Jules Bianchi - member of the Ferrari Driver Academy - for 2014 Getty Images Enlarge Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon expects the Ferrari engine to "make a big difference" to the team this year. Having used Cosworth engines during its four seasons in Formula One so far, Marussia switches to Ferrari power units for the new engine regulations in 2014. Lowdon said the partnership had been successful so far and that he expects to see an increase in performance for Marussia based on the new engine supplier alone. "I think it will make a big difference," Lowdon told Sky Sports. "Scuderia Ferrari are a very, very professional outfit and it is...
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