F1 » Chilton keen to prove a point

Max Chilton says he is eager to prove a point when he makes his F1 debut this season with Marussia

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F1Fan-ee - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 4:00 PM

The f1 equivalent of Motogp's Karel Abraham.
I have no doubt he has skills, he wouldn't of got this far with money alone, however if Marussia really wanted to step up their game, recruiting two rookies probably wasn't the best idea??!?

And why has he "for years been looking up to them" ?? a team that has not scored a point, not made top 10 in constructors and is in financial disrepute??

I hope he enjoys his over priced trackday(year) F1 experience

Jack - Unregistered

March 06, 2013 11:23 PM

"For years I've always looked up to them, so it's going to be weird to be on track with them," he said of his fellow Brits.

Try reading the full sentence mate.

oldtimer - Unregistered

March 07, 2013 2:03 PM

I am not sure just what point he intends to make. his father has paid for the drive and he is in a back of the grid team with no hope of doing anything but occassionally finishing a race in 20/21/22 place. He will be gone when the money runs out and so will Marussia.

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