Marussia F1 Team
Jules Bianchi says he has been encouraged by Marussia's improvements despite his difficult start to the 2014 season.
Bianchi was unclassified in Australia while in Malaysia he received penalty points after colliding with Pastor Maldonado.
In Bahrain, the French driver was handed a couple more penalty points after stewards deemed he was the guilty party when he made contact with the Sauber of Adrian Sutil.
But Bianchi says he is lifted by Marussia's progress compared to last season.
"I am hoping all my bad luck is behind me now and that China will mark a turning point for a better rest of the season," he said.
"If we look at the positives, there have been...
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