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Lowdon: Marussia won’t relax

Marussia sporting director Graeme Lowdon says the team won't be relaxing following its top ten finish in the Monaco Grand Prix. Jules Bianchi finished ninth in Monaco to give Marussia the first points in its history and move it up to ninth in the constructors' championship. The result gives the team a strong chance of finishing at least tenth – ahead of Caterham – in the standings to reap the financial rewards of two top-ten finishes, with its main rival yet to score a point. However, Lowdon said Marussia can't start planning for a big payday after seeing one elude the team two seasons ago, and he said the main positive of the result was that it was earned on merit. “Look at the last...
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