The Marussia F1 Team made a clear step forward in terms of car set-up and performance in Monaco today, but the pace of both drivers was overshadowed by yellow flags and traffic, which prevented Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton from being able to reveal their full potential.
Jules enjoyed a positive FP3 this morning, but on Max’s side of the garage the Team battled to find grip. Set-up changes in the break gave him a car he felt he could push with and he went on to enjoy a much improved qualifying session. Jules made good progress through the day but the estimated 0.5s time loss during the yellow flag period left him shy of the target of matching the pace of the Saubers and...
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