Yesterday hopes were dashed at the Canadian Grand Prix when the Marussia F1 team was unable to capitalise on its first point-scoring run in Monaco the race before.
In Montreal, promising qualifying rounds were of little use after a frustrating collision between Marussia team-mates Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi at Turn 4 on Sunday.
It was Max that summed it up most eloquently when he said that it was unfortunate to follow a race to remember in Monaco, with a race to forget in Canada.
Team Principal John Booth said there was a brighter side despite what happened.
“In the end the results have not affected our standings in the Constructors Championship and for that we can at least be grateful and happy to leave Montreal still holding P9 the standings,” says John.
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