Amped from testing in Barcelona last weekend, the Marussia F1 Team is in the second smallest country in the world preparing for the most famous race of all, the Formula 1 Grand Prix de Monaco 2014.

Set on the streets of Monte Carlo, the Monaco Grand Prix, is a classy affair, arguably the most celebrated event on the F1 calendar.

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QNET sponsored Marussia’s Jules Bianchi was born just a few kilometres away in France and the Monaco Grand Prix is as close as it gets to a home race for the Frenchman. It is also the race where Max Chilton secured the best finish of his debut season last year, so he’ll be hoping for a similarly strong performance with which to extend his current record of 24 finishes in 24 races.

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