After Jules Bianchi scored Marussia's first points at last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix, team principal John Booth is confident that the result will not be a one-off this season.
Bianchi started the race from last on the grid but managed to climb up to eighth, thanks to a brilliant drive from the Frenchman and several retirements, by the chequered flag.
A five second time penalty dropped him behind the Lotus of Romain Grosjean in the results, but ninth place still scored Marussia its first top 10 finish. Booth believes the Banbury-based outfit can repeat the performance at future races.
'We think that we can do it now,' he said when asked by Crash.net if the result changes the team's goals....
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