Jules Bianchi is 'optimistic' of the Marussia F1 Team's chances to move up the grid in 2014, adding that he is 'very excited' for the start of his second Formula 1 season.
The Banbury-based outfit had a difficult pre-season after missing the opening two days of winter testing. The Ferrari-powered MR03 failed to complete many laps in Jerez but the final two tests in Bahrain were more productive and the team was able to see a little more of its true potential.
Looking ahead to the season opener in Australia, Bianchi said: 'I am very excited to be starting the new season finally. It has been a very interesting winter preparing for this and I can’t wait to see where we stand versus the...
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