Marussia crowned its hero Jules Bianchi in Monaco, after the French driver made history and delivered the backmarker team its first-ever Formula 1 points.
Maintaining the spot in the constructors' chase ahead of Caterham and even Sauber would now be worth dozens of millions of dollars in Formula 1 prize money to the struggling team.
Ironically, however, Frenchman Bianchi's feat could also cost Marussia the talented, Ferrari-backed driver.
'It felt like a victory to me, Even if it does not mean so much for others, for us this ninth place is like a win,' he told Auto Motor und Sport.
But Bianchi also admitted that Monaco 2014 could be the turning point in his career, 'It can only help, but...
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