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Marussia out to close a little more on Sauber

– John Booth is hopeful Marussia will be able to a close a 'little more' on Sauber this weekend in Germany.Marussia remain ahead of both Sauber and Caterham in the Constructors' Championship thanks to Jules Bianchi's ninth place finish in Monaco and following the two-day post-British Grand Prix test, the team believes it has made further steps."We've had a busy time since the British Grand Prix, firstly with our two days of testing at Silverstone, and subsequently, analysing a significant amount of data gathered there, in a bid to continue our current rate of improvement over these next two races [in Germany and Hungary before the summer break]," said Booth, Marussia's Team...
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