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Improvements Continue to Show for Marussia in Montreal

The improvements from the Marussia F1 team continue to be clearly visible as Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi were less than two tenths of a second off making the second part of qualifying in Montreal. Chilton will start eighteenth, with Bianchi nineteenth. Chilton has been impressive all weekend in Canada, and the Briton qualified eighteenth, ahead of his team-mate and only 0.113s off getting into the second part of qualifying. He wasn’t expecting Marussia to be this competitive in Montreal, a circuit that generally has not suited their car in the past. “We came here off the back of a great result for the Team in Monaco, but fully expecting to struggle rather more at a circuit that has...
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