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Chilton excited to see what Malaysia brings

– Marussia’s Max Chilton is expecting to see the first signs of progress from the team this weekend in Malaysia. Chilton maintained his unbroken run of race finishes in Australia two weeks ago and while he was only 13th and last at the end, losing time at the start, after his car cut out prior to the formation lap, he was still encouraged. “I left Melbourne feeling pretty positive about our 2014 debut,” said the Brit ahead of round two at the Sepang International Circuit. “We have a few things to iron out to give ourselves a better run at qualifying and the race, but I’m confident that we will see the first signs of progress with that this weekend in Malaysia. “Our early...
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