The Marussia F1 Team saw both Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton finish the Hungarian Grand Prix, albeit down in fifteenth and sixteenth, but the team will head into the mid-season Summer break still holding ninth in the Constructors’ championship.
Bianchi was holding the fifteenth place in which he started when he was hit by the out of control Lotus of Pastor Maldonado after the Venezuelan understeered into the Marussia driver into turn one, damaging the car and resulting in a terrible balanced car. He was happy to see the end of the race, and thanked the team for a good first half of the season.
“That was a tough race for me because I had to drive for more than 50 laps with a damaged car...
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