Jules Bianchi was on duty for Ferrari during Silverstone testing
Marussia regular driver Jules Bianchi staked a claim on a Ferrari race seat after setting the pace on the final day of post-British Grand Prix testing at Silverstone.
Drafted in by Ferrari to replace Kimi Raikkonen after the Finn's high-speed crash last Sunday, Frenchman and Marussia driver Bianchi looked as impressive as Fernando Alonso had been in practice last weekend in the same Formula 14-T car.
Moreover, Bianchi's 1:35.262 laptime was more than a second faster than Raikkonen – who has notably struggled in 2014 – had managed in Silverstone practice.
Although clearly part of Ferrari's future plans having...
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