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Chilton insists Marussia relationship not damaged

Sutton Images Enlarge Max Chilton does not think the events in the build-up to this weekend's Belgian Grand Prix will have a lasting effect on his relationship with Marussia, and insists the situation is more complicated than people think. The team announced that Chilton had been replaced by Alexander Rossi for the race weekend on Thursday before back tracking on Friday and reinstating Chilton with the drive. The team said contractual issues were initially behind the decision to opt for Rossi, but Chilton said the reasons behind the debacle were not as straight forward as people seem to think. "It's been a busy 24 hours, lots of things have changed and there have been lots of rumours...
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