The Marussia F1 Team ended the opening race of the second half of the season with Max Chilton in 16th position and Jules Bianchi 18th, following a race of mixed fortunes.
Jules lined up on the grid in 16th place for today’s 44 lap Belgian Grand Prix after a fantastic qualifying performance yesterday. He got a great start before Grosjean hit him from behind in Turn 1, puncturing his right-rear tyre and necessitating a pit stop after the opening lap. Conversely, Max started in P19 but drove a solid race, gradually reeling in Ericsson before eventually displacing him on lap 42.
Following his collision, the Team switched Jules to a one-stop strategy and in a display of fine tyre...
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