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Jules Bianchi: Remembering a Racer and an Inspiration

Formula One has lost a bright, young light. Jules Bianchi died on July 17 in his hometown of Nice, France, from the severe head injuries he suffered at last year's Japanese Grand Prix. "Jules fought right to the very end, as he always did, but today his battle came to an end," his family said in a statement. That fighting spirit was on full display during the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix, the high point of Bianchi's F1 career. Driving for Marussia (now Manor) just 20 kilometres down the coast from Nice, Bianchi executed a bold pass on Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi into Rascasse, securing a ninth-place finish and his team's first points in more than four years of racing. "It was a mega move—you don't get many chances around there," team princip...

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