The Marussia F1 Team ended today’s qualifying session within a tenth of the Sauber team it is targeting, providing further confirmation that it is closing in on Q2 contention.
Jules Bianchi’s best lap was good for 19th position, less than 0.1s from Gutierrez. Jules’ team-mate Max Chilton had a more frustrating day and qualified in 21st position.
Jules Bianchi #17: “I’m pretty happy with where we ended up today. There is still a few tenths between us and the Saubers, but then we did not get the perfect lap either, so there is more to come. On my first run we lost the radio connection, so I was driving a little blind. My lap was not so good, but it still showed some...
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