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Time for Marussia to make the breakthrough?

Marussia's MR03 made it to Jerez. Marussia F1 Team Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try Again. Fail again. Fail better. It’s an often used phrase to inspire those never to give up - recently crowned Australian Open champion Stanislas Wawrinka has the quote tattooed onto his arm - and it could be applied to Marussia. Marussia has failed to score a point in four years of racing. They’ve started 77 races and achieved a best finish of 12th place (twice). It’s hardly an awe-inspiring statistic and since the team’s inception in 2010 they have established themselves as the minnows of the Formula 1 fraternity. But even in the financially-motivated results-driven world of Formula 1,...
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