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Bianchi gets Monaco grid drop

Marussia F1 Team Jules Bianchi will start from 21st on the grid after picking up a penalty ahead of today's Monaco Grand Prix. Bianchi qualified in 19th but Marussia has been forced to change his gearbox, triggering a five place drop. Bianchi will begin the 78 lap encounter from 21st as Marcus Ericsson must start from the pit lane following his error in qualifying, when he crashed and took Felipe Massa with him.
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