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Bianchi keen to put bad luck behind him

– Marussia's Jules Bianchi is hoping the Chinese Grand Prix at the Shanghai International Circuit this weekend will mark a 'turning point'. Bianchi has had a miserable start to the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship, and that bad luck continued in Bahrain earlier this month, after a coming together with Adrian Sutil. Although the Frenchman still finished, and took 16th – his first classified result of the year – he was still very disappointed. "I am hoping all my bad luck is behind me now," he stated in the build-up, "and that China will mark a turning point for a better rest of the season." "If we look at the positives though, there have been good signs...
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