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Bianchi targets Sauber as Marussia moves on to Montreal

While it does not expect to repeat its unexpected Monaco performance, the entire Marussia F1 squad heads to this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix in optimistic mood. The tiny Banbury equipe scored its first points last time out in the Principality, as Jules Bianchi made the most of events in the race to finish eighth on the road, although that was later commuted to ninth by a post-race penalty. With daylight now between itself and main rival Caterham, Marussia intends to set its sights on tackling one of the sport's perennial midfield contenders. “I'm very excited for this weekend,” Bianchi admitted, “The car seems so good at the moment that it feels we can go to every race feeling...
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