Max Chilton has been left lamenting after retiring from the Canadian Grand Prix on the opening lap of the race, the first of his career, following a heavy collision with team-mate Jules Bianchi at turns three and four. The resulting incident destroyed the rear of Bianchi’s car, and brought the Marussia outfit crashing back down to earth after their impressive maiden points finish at Monaco.
The Canadian Grand Prix weekend was one of utter frustration for Bianchi, after mechanical gremlins plagued his preparations for the weekend during practice which ultimately led to the Frenchman being out-qualified by team-mate Chilton.
Despite the numerous issues for Marussia, the gap between the...
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