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Midseason Report: Grading Marussia’s Max Chilton

Is Max Chilton really ready for Formula One? That was the question on many people’s lips before the opening weekend of the season in Australia. The good thing for Chilton was that he wasn’t alone in being the only rookie on the grid. The bad news was that coming into F1 Chilton hadn’t really set the racing world alight, his first two seasons in GP2 yielding just seven points as opposed to current teammate Jules Bianchi, who was third and second in the respective championship seasons. A more competitive year in 2012 saw him finish fourth with two race wins, but Chilton also comes with investment from individuals and businesses in order to give minnows Marussia much-needed funding. It always throws up that old pay driver qu...

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