It was a strange day by anyone’s standards for the Marussia F1 Team, with Alexander Rossi originally scheduled to race in place of Max Chilton alongside Jules Bianchi within the team, but plans changed, and Chilton was back in the car for the second session at Spa-Francorchamps.
Rossi did not find out he was driving in Belgium until Thursday, and had his first time in the car during the first session. He put in a good morning’s work only to be told that Chilton was indeed driving, but he took the news well and is looking forward to the future where more opportunities to drive should come his way.
“The main point for me today is to reiterate my thanks to the Marussia F1 Team for the...
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