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Are Marussia Wise to Run 1 Car at 2014 Russian GP in Tribute to Jules Bianchi?

Formula One cars rarely look mournful, but the sight of the No. 17 MR03 in the Marussia garage at the Sochi Autodrom on Friday painted the most tragic of pictures. The car of Jules Bianchi, the team's lead driver who suffered life-threatening injuries at Suzuka last weekend, is, according to Marussia's official website, "ready to race"—but will not turn a wheel this weekend, with the outfit opting to run only one car, that of Max Chilton, in the Russian Grand Prix. Instead, it sits in silence, patiently waiting for its driver to return to the cockpit while the noise that comes with a typical F1 event reverberates all around it as the sport, with great reluctance, tries its best to operate as normal just five days after the Japanese Gr...

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