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Max Chilton: “There was definitely room for improvement”

Max Chilton has described how “there was definitely room for improvement” from his Ferrari-powered Marussia during the opening segment of the qualifying hour, after the Briton narrowly missed out on an opportunity to progress into Q2. Due to the red flag delay caused after Marcus Ericsson’s incident, Chilton was ultimately unable to progress and therefore qualified 18th ahead of his Marussia team-mate. After storming to their maiden points in Formula One last time out at the Monaco Grand Prix, Marussia arrived at Montreal’s Circuit Gilles Villeneuve essentially prepared for a difficult weekend, with the notorious 4.361km circuit expected to be less favourable to the Anglo-Russian...
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