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Jules Bianchi believes Q2 was possible, as Marussia continue to improve

Jules Bianchi believes progression into the second segment of qualifying would have been possible around the Monte-Carlo street circuit, providing the Frenchman’s final flying had not been impeded by the yellow flags caused by Marcus Ericsson’s collision with Felipe Massa. Once again the gap between the Anglo-Russian outfit and the rest of the field was incredibly close, with Bianchi only +0.6 seconds behind the Sauber of Adrian Sutil. Admittedly progressing into the second segment of qualifying would have been a tall order for Jules Bianchi in the Marussia, however the Banbury-based outfit’s recent improvements in qualifying pace has led to the gap to the remainder of the midfield...
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