Marussia may have entered the summer break ninth in the Championship but Graeme Lowdon says they have a lot of hard ahead to hold onto the position.
Marussia jumped to ninth in the Championship at the Monaco Grand Prix when Jules Bianchi brought his car home in ninth place.
It was both the Frenchman and his team's first-ever World Championship points.
And although Marussia are dreaming of finishing this season ahead of Sauber and Caterham, sporting director Lowdon concedes a lot could still happen.
Asked by Crash.net when he 'might start believing finishing ninth is a realistic goal', Lowdon said: "When they've published the results in Abu Dhabi!
"Honestly, we know from Brazil in...
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