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Bianchi frustrated by suspected battery issue

Jules Bianchi was unable to demonstrate his true potential in the Australian Grand Prix after being stranded on the grid and forced into a lengthy wait before rejoining the race.Having already seen team-mate Max Chilton forced off the grid at the start of the formation lap, Marussia's frustration was complete when Bianchi was left behind at what should have been the start of the race. While the rest of the grid completed another formation lap, the Frenchman was pushed into the pits, but his drama wasn't over, as the MR03 refused to fire at the end of the pit-lane and had to be pushed back to the Marussia garage for further attention.“We are not really sure [what the problem was] at the...
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