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Bianchi delighted following productive day for Marussia

The Marussia F1 Team enjoyed its most successful day of pre-season testing so far on Friday, with Jules Bianchi saying he is 'really happy' with the progress being made. The Frenchman completed 75 laps at the wheel of the Ferrari-powered MR03. It was a productive day for 24-year-old, who managed just eight laps at the second winter test due to a number of reliability issues with the new car. 'I am really happy with what we have achieved today,' he said. 'The car feels good and we have had the reliability to really build our mileage. We would have liked to have some more laps for sure, but we were able to enjoy some good runs and get a really good feeling for the car in high and low fuel...
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