Max Chilton (left) with Gary Gannon, Team Race Engineer on the grid at German Grand Prix, Hockenheim, Germany.

Last weekend QNET sponsored Marussia turned out a highly respectable two-car finish in Germany but with no rest for the wicked, the team is already in Hungary for the F1 Pirelli Magyar Nagydij 2014, Budapest in a few days time.

Team Principal John Booth sounds confident that recent speed bumps are ironed out and believes a good result this weekend is within grasp.

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“We are pleased that we’ve got back to a point that is fairly similar to the level of performance we saw in recent races and we can see the situation is clear; we need several tenths in order to move forward. This weekend we have seen the gap widen slightly [against Sauber] but we look forward now to carrying on making progress refining the set-up on Friday in Budapest” says John.