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Marussia forced to delay MR03 debut

– Marussia has been forced to delay the debut of its new Formula 1 challenger due to an unforseen glitch. The Banbury-based outfit had planned to roll-out the MR03 chassis at the start of this week's Jerez test, but a technical issue that was uncovered during the final stages of the car's preparation has set the team back. Instead of transporting the Ferrari-powered machine to the Spanish venue without a fix in place, the team has chosen to carry out work back at the factory with a view to shipping the car out for the end of the gathering. For the first time in its history, Marussia has an unchanged line-up of Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton in 2014.
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