Marussia will arrive in Montreal on a very big high after finally achieving their first ever points in Formula 1 last time out in Monaco. Jules Bianchi’s ninth place finish saw the team rise to ninth in the constructors’ championship ahead of both Sauber and Caterham. Max Chilton had a disappointing weekend but continued his 100% finishing record with fourteenth place.
Ferrari protégé Bianchi felt the result in Monaco was well deserved for the team, but admits points again in Montreal are extremely unlikely. The Frenchman believes the team are moving in the right direction, and wants them to continue their upward swing to fight more often with the midfield runners.
“It has been...
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