Jules Bianchi has called on Marussia to "attack" in the second half of the season as that's the best way to defend their P9.
Marussia are in the usual position of ninth in this year's Constructors' Championship thanks to Bianchi's ninth place in the Monaco Grand Prix.
Those two points have put his team ahead of not only Caterham but also Sauber, who have yet to get off the mark.
Should Marussia hold onto ninth, the Banbury team stands to pocket around $30 million, much-needed money for the struggling outfit.
However, in order to secure that, Bianchi believes his team needs to attack.
"The best way to defend is to attack and we always have to attack," the 24-year-old...
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