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Marussia Duo Looking Forward to First Experience of Spielberg

The Marussia F1 team will want to put the disappointment of the double retirement in Montreal when the F1 season resumes at the Red Bull Ring in Austria. Both Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton collided on the opening lap in Canada eliminating them both and head into Austria wanting to get their season back on track. Bianchi admits he enjoys learning new tracks and working out the car set-up as he heads into his maiden Austrian Grand Prix. The Frenchman, part of the Ferrari young driver programme, wants to continue Marussia’s promising season that has already seen the team score their first ever points in Monaco. “I always enjoy the challenge of a new circuit,” said Bianchi. “It isn’t...
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