Last Sunday's Monaco GP points won't be Marussia's last of this season, that's according to team boss John Booth.
Jules Bianchi's scored Marussia's first-ever F1 World Championship points last time out in Monaco when he brought his car home in ninth place.
The Frenchman fought back from a drop on the grid as well as two five-second stop-go penalties to score his and the team's first points.
However, Booth believes those won't be Marussia's only points, confident there will be other races where Bianchi and his team-mate Max Chilton can fight for top-ten results.
"It does, definitely," he told Crash.net when asked if last Sunday's points altered the team's goal.
"We think that...
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