F1 » Bianchi impresses again as Marussia push on


Jules Bianchi impresses again on his second outing for Marussia with 13th spot at Sepang

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D-Fuct - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 11:08 AM

His manager's phone is going to melting by the end of the season if he keeps this up - I wonder who he'll drive for next year? Perhaps Max shouldn't have said that circuit knowledge was going to help him in Malaysia - Bianchi hadn't seen the place and he rinsed him!

oldtimer - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 12:30 PM

He looks by far the best of the newcomers AND some of the others it has to be said. I'm sure somebody will snap him up. With Webber leaving Redbull at the end of the season he would be the ideal replacement. I assume the Toro Rosso drivers are first in line but are they the best available?, on the showing so far I would think not. If Bianchi continues this way and gets some points for Marussia he's got to get the drive I would have thought, although life's never that simple.

Austin - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 1:10 PM

Bianchi is a ferrari boy, there's no way ferrari would let RBR have him. Ferrari were so dead-set on getting him in a race seat this season, i'd imagine they're eyeing him or Hulk up for a Massa replacement. Although Massa's form has been looking quite good.

Matt - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 2:54 PM

Bianchi is clearly fast but how fast?
That car seemingly has some decent pace but its quite hard to compare hes speed to others when hes team mate is Max who should not be anywhere near F1 car.
Hope they bring some decent driver next to Bianchi on that Marussia. I believe that Marussia (Bianchi) will be on points this season, as Caterham will get zero.

jcmiddx - Unregistered

March 26, 2013 8:14 PM

After following the winter testing, I reckoned Marussia would beat Caterham this year, and maybe even nick a point or two. I was surprised they didn't go for an experienced guy (eg Petrov/Kovy?)to partner Max, but Jules seems to be ok. It was looking good for them towards the end of last season when Glock was doing well, so adding KERS + other improvements has done the trick. I can't see Caterham overhauling them now. Makes you wonder though what Kovalienen might have achieved if they'd signed him (as rumoured)? Still, it's as much about behind-the-scenes stuff as pure racing , these days, isn't it?

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