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Manor’s Esteban Ocon Can Push Team to Bigger and Better Things in 2016 F1 Season

When Manor scored their first point in more than two years in July's Austrian Grand Prix, they were determined to ensure they wouldn't face another long wait for their next visit to Formula One's top 10. Pascal Wehrlein's logic-defying performance at the Red Bull Ring—where he spent 47 laps on the soft-compound tyres to finish 10th despite running last within 30 laps of the chequered flag—had gifted the team their first point since the late Jules Bianchi's ninth-place finish at Monaco 2014. And after joining his colleagues for the obligatory photocall in the pit lane, racing director Dave Ryan vowed Manor would hunt for more, rather than defending a one-nil lead over Sauber in the battle of the back of the grid. ...

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