Marussia F1 Team
Jules Bianchi is hoping that it'll be a case of 'third time lucky' at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix.
The French driver has endured a challenging start to his second season in Formula 1 after a series of problems with his Marussia MR03.
Bianchi was unclassified in Australia after a problem on the grid left him starting the race several laps down, while another mechanical woe ended his race prematurely in Malaysia but not before he picked up a couple of penalty points for causing a collision with Pastor Maldonado.
"This has not been the best start to the season for me and I am hoping that Bahrain will be a case of ‘third time lucky’," he said....
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