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Italian Grand Prix: Marussia rues lack of forward progress

"It was really hard to make sure I gave the space needed at the right time and not suffer a huge loss of time myself," he said.

Both drivers were looking forward to the next phase of the F1 season which sees the drivers leave Europe behind once more and take to the skies for a final flurry of seven flyaway races for the remainder of 2013.

"Time now to say goodbye to the European phase of my début season for what will be a very challenging run of long-haul races I think," agreed Chilton.



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