Marussia crowned its hero Jules Bianchi in Monaco, after the French driver on Sunday delivered the backmarker team its first-ever F1 points.
Maintaining the spot in the constructors' chase ahead of Caterham and even Sauber would now be worth dozens of millions of dollars in F1 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," the 24-year-old said on Sunday. "Even if it does not mean so much for others, for us this ninth place is like a win," he told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport.
But Bianchi also admitted that Monaco 2014 could be the turning...
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