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Marussia aiming to keep midfield in sight

As F1 heads to possible its most scenic venue of 2014, the Marussia team will have eyes only for one thing. Ignoring the aberration that saw Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi collide on the opening lap in Canada two weeks ago, the Banbury-based minnow has been punching above its weight of late, and was rewarded with its first-ever points finish as Bianchi took ninth place on the streets of Monaco. While breaking the top ten is unlikely every weekend, however, Marussia still wants to keep the likes of Sauber and Toro firmly within reach. “Our package has shown great promise during the course of the last few race weekends and it goes without saying that the team will be focusing its efforts on...
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