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Max Chilton: “There was definitely more to come from the car”

Max Chilton firmly believes that he could’ve extracted more pace out of his Marussia car during qualifying for the Spanish Grand Prix, where the former GP2 driver managed to out-qualify team-mate Jules Bianchi for the fifth time in his career to qualify 17th. Despite ending both practice two and practice three in the gravel trap, the Briton managed to bounce back in tremendous form. Since making his debut at the Australian Grand Prix last season with Marussia after graduating from the GP2 Series, Max Chilton has managed to finish all 24 races he has competed in. Although the 23-year-old regularly finished each race of the 2013 campaign towards the back of the order, he has this season...
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