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April 17th, 2013
Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali has hailed Marussia driver Jules Bianchi’s “great” start to the season.
April 4th, 2013
Jules Bianchi suspects that it will not be until the Spanish Grand Prix that he is able to show his full potential. Bianchi has made a strong start to his Formula 1 career, finishing in 13th in the Malaysian Grand Prix
March 12th, 2013
Marussia starts the 2013 Formula 1 season in its best ever shape, reckons team boss John Booth, despite its turbulent winter of driver shuffling. Jules Bianchi and Max Chilton will line up for Marussia this season after Timo Glock was released for financial reasons and then his initial replacement Luiz Razia ran into budget trouble .
March 2nd, 2013
Jules Bianchi believes the Formula 1 experience he has gained with Ferrari and Force India over the past 12 months will be a big bonus for his new team Marussia as it attempts to make its way up the grid. Marussia announced on Friday night that the Frenchman had replaced Luiz Razia as Max Chilton’s team-mate for the 2013 season, and then gave Bianchi his maiden run in the MR02 during Saturday’s test at Barcelona .
March 2nd, 2013
Marussia’s deal with Jules Bianchi has no connection with any talks over a Ferrari engine supply for the 2014 Formula 1 season, insists team chief Graeme Lowdon. Ferrari protege Bianchi sealed the second Marussia seat on Friday when the team had to drop Luiz Razia due to sponsorship issues. Marussia admitted earlier this week that it was seeking a new engine partner for next season as it did not expect Cosworth to continue.
March 1st, 2013
Jules Bianchi will race for Marussia this season after the team was forced to terminate Luiz Razia’s contract, AUTOSPORT can reveal. The Frenchman will test for the team at Barcelona on Saturday and then complete half a day of running on Sunday. Although the deal is not believed to have been signed yet, Bianchi will make his debut in the Australian Grand Prix later this month.
February 4th, 2013
Jules Bianchi and James Rossiter will test for Force India at Jerez this week, despite the team indicating at its launch that Paul di Resta would carry the load alone. Force India has yet to announce the identity of its second driver this season
November 13th, 2012
Jules Bianchi believes he now “deserves” a full-time Formula 1 race drive on the basis of his 2012 achievements in his Force India role and in Formula Renault 3.5. Bianchi has driven in nine Friday practice sessions for Force India this year, as well as running for both the Silverstone squad and Ferrari in the young driver test at Magny-Cours.
November 1st, 2012
Jules Bianchi has admitted he is struggling to put his Formula Renault 3.5 title-deciding clash with Robin Frijns behind him.
October 26th, 2012
Jules Bianchi is ready to graduate to Formula 1, according to his Formula Renault 3.5 team Tech 1 Racing. The Ferrari junior driver missed out on the FR3.5 title after a collision with eventual champion Robin Frijns in the final round last Sunday. But Tech 1 team boss Simon Abadie believes that coming up short in the title race should not prevent Bianchi from getting a chance in F1.
October 22nd, 2012
New Formula Renault 3.5 champion Robin Frijns believes his title-deciding crash with Jules Bianchi was a racing incident. The top two in the championship clashed on lap 21 of the season finale, as Frijns tried to re-pass Bianchi at Turn 4 after the Ferrari junior had taken fourth place from him at the start of the lap
October 20th, 2012
Jules Bianchi made the perfect start to this weekend’s Formula Renault 3.5 title decider, taking pole for race one in an incident-packed qualifying session. The Ferrari junior driver, who took the lead of the standings from Robin Frijns last time out at Paul Ricard , kept his composure in a session punctuated by red flags and full course yellows to always be near the top of the times. After an early delay caused by Yann Cunha’s car stopping just after the pit exit, Bianchi went fastest as everyone finally set their first flying laps seven minutes in.
October 19th, 2012
Kevin Magnussen led the way in Formula Renault 3.5 free practice at Barcelona on Friday ahead of this weekend’s season finale. The Carlin driver went to the top of the times inside the final two minutes during an exciting end to the afternoon session. The flurry of action was caused by a late red flag that cost teams seven minutes of the final quarter of an hour
September 30th, 2012
Formula Renault 3.5 title chasers Jules Bianchi and Sam Bird locked out the front row of the grid for the second race at Paul Ricard on Sunday, with points leader Robin Frijns only eighth. But Bianchi’s pole could yet come under threat, with the Tech 1 driver under investigation for an incident with Vittorio Ghirelli.
September 13th, 2012
Jules Bianchi finished this week’s young driver test at Magny-Cours at the top of the timesheets for the third day running. Switching back to the Ferrari, after his outing with Force India on Wednesday , Bianchi got his first taste of intermediate tyres during the rain-hit morning session, before conditions improved later in the day to allow more meaningful running
September 13th, 2012
Jules Bianchi now feels he is ready for the step up to a Formula 1 race seat next year following his encouraging week of testing at Magny-Cours this week. The Frenchman has driven for both Ferrari and Force India at a test that was a good opportunity for him to prove himself for 2013. Having been quickest on the opening two days, Bianchi says he is buoyed by both the speed he has shown, and how much he has developed his understanding of this year’s cars
September 12th, 2012
Jules Bianchi has admitted that he will need to remain ‘totally focused’ when he switches from Ferrari to Force India for the second day of Formula 1′s young driver test at Magny-Cours on Wednesday. Bianchi has been a member of the Ferrari Driver Academy since 2009 and was fastest on the opening day of the test . But the Frenchman has also spent 2012 as Force India’s reserve driver and has already tested the VJM05 at Jerez and Mugello this year.
August 25th, 2012
Jules Bianchi followed up his race one victory by taking pole position for the second Formula Renault 3.5 race of the weekend at Silverstone. The Ferrari junior driver came out on top of a three-way scrap with Nico Muller and Robin Frijns shortly before the end of qualifying 2, which was moved to Saturday evening for this weekend as the race is scheduled to run on Sunday morning before the Silverstone 6 Hours takes place. Muller, Bianchi and Frijns all took turns at the top, and their battle was made all the more exciting by the fact that they were running relatively close together on track
July 17th, 2012
Jules Bianchi will drive again for Force India in the opening free practice session for the German Grand Prix. The Frenchman, who has driven at four events so far for the Silverstone-based team, will take over Paul di Resta’s car for the morning to work alongside Nico Hulkenberg.
July 13th, 2012
Sam Bird completed a free practice double in Formula Renault 3.5 at Moscow Raceway after Jules Bianchi’s time was disallowed. Bird had set the pace for much of the second half of the session, which started late after the day’s programme was halted due to a power cut at the circuit around lunchtime.