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Bianchi: More to come

Despite impressing in his first two races, Jules Bianchi says he won't be completely up to speed until at least the Spanish GP. The Frenchman, who was a late signing for Marussia, has caught the attention of those in the paddock as he has blitzed his fellow backmarker drivers. Starting both the Australian and Malaysian races from 19th on the grid, Bianchi finished 15th and 13th respectively. The 23-year-old, though, reckons there is still more to come. "I don't want to say I will gain one second or anything like that, I'm being realistic," Bianchi told Autosport. "In Melbourne, I was 90-95 percent ready and already feeling really confident with the car. "In Spain, we...
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