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Marussia 'happy' with Jerez

Jules Bianchi and Graeme Lowdon believe Marussia can be satisfied with how their truncated Jerez test eventually turned out after the minnows covered more mileage with their new car than Red Bull.The Banbury outfit had originally intended to launch their first Ferrari-powered challenger, the MR03, alongside a host of other teams in the pitlane on Day One of the test but were forced to delay the car's transportation to southern Spain owing to what they described as a "small but frustrating technical issue". They belatedly rolled out the car in the afternoon on Day Three, covering five installation laps with Max Chilton, before Jules Bianchi was able to complete some more sustained...
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