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Spanish GP: Qualifying notes - Marussia

Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi ended today's qualifying session for the Formula 1 Gran Premio de Espana Pirelli 2014 in 18th and 19th places respectively, both pushing hard to extract the maximum from the Marussia F1 Team's new car developments.There was a brief hiatus at the start of the hour-long shoot-out when Maldonado had a spin and brought out the red flag. Max had not yet left the garage, so he was unaffected, but Jules was already out on track and had to return to the pits. The Q1 session resumed once the stricken Lotus was removed and Max and Jules were able to embark on two runs of three laps, with just two push laps each in total.At the end of the first run, Jules was ahead in...
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