After the highs of Monte Carlo where Marussia finally secured their first ever points in Formula 1, the team were brought crashing back to reality as Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton collided on the opening lap in Montreal that caused both to retire with extensive damage to their cars.
Both drivers believed the other was in the wrong, but ultimately it was Chilton who took the brunt of the blame and a three-place grid-drop penalty for the next round in Austria. Both drivers are keen to move on from the incident.
“A disappointing end to a really promising weekend,” said Chilton. “The incident between myself and Jules obviously ended not only our own races but also the Team’s, so it’s...
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