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Chilton may not have to pay for drive in 2015?

Max Chilton is confident he will remain a Formula 1 driver next season and reckons he may not necessarily have to bring money to stay with Marussia, providing, that is, the team remains ninth in the Constructors' Championship. Marussia are currently ahead of both Caterham and Sauber, thanks to the two points Jules Bianchi scored in Monaco back in May – the first time the Banbury-based outfit had ever got into the top-ten – and that result could prove crucial for Chilton's future. “We haven't really looked into it yet,” Chilton said when asked about 2015. “We want to stay with the team. I think they have got a good little future, especially if we can hold off Sauber for ninth [in...
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