Max Chilton arrives at Spa
Max Chilton expects to be back in the Marussia cockpit in two weeks time for the Italian Grand Prix, despite being forced to miss the Belgian Grand Prix due to a contractual issues and his race seat this weekend being filled by American Alexander Rossi who will make his F1 race debut at Spa.
A statement released by Chilton's PR agency, suggests that the Briton stepped aside voluntarily to help the cash strapped team: 'Max Chilton has volunteered to step out of his race seat for this weekend's race in Spa, Belgium, to allow the team to attract much needed funds by selling his seat. Max will attend the race and be on hand to support the team in any way...
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