Marussia F1 Team
Marussia driver Jules Bianchi says that the team must start to consistently challenge Sauber, if they are to show that their progress is genuine.
Bianchi scored his and Marussia's maiden points at the Monaco Grand Prix after finishing in ninth place, a result which moves Marussia into ninth in the constructors' championship, ahead of Sauber and Caterham.
An optimistic Bianchi says that battling Sauber, which Marussia has done on occasion in 2014, must be their aim every race.
"I’m very excited for this weekend," he said of the upcoming Canadian Grand Prix. "The car seems so good at the moment that it feels we can go to every race feeling optimistic for a...
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