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Marussia drivers target reliability

arussia drivers Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton have emphasised that the team must focus on achieving strong reliability ahead of next weekend's season-opening Australian Grand Prix. Bianchi and Chilton have both been retained by Marussia and enter their second season in the sport hopeful that the team can move up the grid. "It has been a very interesting winter preparing for this and I can't wait to see where we stand versus the competition," said Bianchi. "The car feels good to drive and, especially in Bahrain last week, we saw a little more of its true potential. There is a lot of work still to do to start getting the most from it, but I feel quite optimistic about our...
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