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Marussia looking to continue growing at home

After the embarrassing double DNF it suffered in Canada, the Marussia F1 team bounced back with a typically feisty performance in Austria, setting itself up for one of its two 'home' races, at Silverstone, this weekend. Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton sandwiched Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi on the race result in Styria and, while no points were awarded for their 15th and 17th positions, maintained Marussia's ninth place in the constructors' standings as the team looks forward to rewarding its hard-working backroom staff with an outing to watch the cars in action at the British Grand Prix. Silverstone is just 18 miles from Marussia's Banbury base, and the minnow will be looking for another...
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