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Marussia set for 'reasonable collective step'

– Marussia will debut upgrades in Spain this week that can be 'considered a reasonable collective step', Team Principal John Booth has stated. The Banbury-based outfit remains anchored to the back, but currently sits tenth in the Constructors' Championship and ahead fellow strugglers Caterham thanks to Max Chilton's two 13th place finishes in Australia and Bahrain. "The three-week break since China has been extremely beneficial, providing some respite after the first four long-haul races and the opportunity to regroup technically to ensure that we are in the best possible shape for the start of the European season," Booth commented prior to the fifth round in the 2014...
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