Jules Bianchi admits it will be difficult for Marussia to stay ahead of Sauber this season, saying Caterham remain their main rivals.
The Banbury-based squad broke the F1 points duck this year when Bianchi finished ninth at the Monaco Grand Prix. The result moved them up to ninth in the Constructors' Championship - ahead of Sauber and Caterham who are yet to get off the mark this campaign.
Bianchi, though, feels it is only a matter of time before Sauber get their act together and their target remains the same: stay ahead of the Caterham.
"We know that if we finish in ninth it's because we've had a bit of luck," he told Crash.net. "We are still slower than Sauber and we...
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