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Marussia will not rest on its laurels

Sutton Images Enlarge Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the memory of heartbreak in 2012 will keep the team "pushing all season" after recording its first points finish in Monaco. Marussia had not scored a point since joining F1 as Virgin Racing in 2010, but Jules Bianchi's ninth in Monaco ended the team's long wait. The team's performance in the Barcelona test prior to Monaco showed a significant step forward and the result suggests Marussia can live up to its promise of challenging Sauber this season. But Lowdon remembers what happened in the 2012 finale, when Caterham's Vitaly Petrov passed Charles Pic in the dying laps in Brazil to rob Marussia of 11th place in...
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