Jules Bianchi says he is 'happy' with the early progress made by Marussia with its 2014 car, adding that the MR03 'feels great to drive' after sampling it for the first time on Friday.
The new machine only arrived at the circuit on Wednesday afternoon and made its on-track debut late on Thursday, with Max Chilton at the wheel. Bianchi took over driving duties for the final day of winter testing at the Jerez circuit and completed 25 laps overall.
Despite missing the first two days of testing, the Banbury-based outfit still managed to gain more mileage than four-time constructors' champions Red Bull Racing. 'I was really excited to get my first taste of the new MR03 and I like it a lot,'...
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