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Bianchi in Monaco
For more than four years, Marussia and Caterham (and, before the team folded, HRT) toured around the back of the field, rarely even threatening to crack the top 10. Then, in Monaco, a perfect storm of retirements, Marussia's increased pace and Jules Bianchi's boldness allowed the team to score their first points.
As the retirements mounted early in the race, Caterham's Kamui Kobayashi was originally positioned the best to take advantage of the situation. But then, Bianchi seized the initiative, forcing his way past the Japanese driver at La Rascasse.
From there, the Frenchman held on and, assisted by an ill-advised attempted pass by Raikkonen into the hairpin, finished ninth. Those points currently have Marussia ahead of Sauber, as well as Caterham, in the Constructors' Championship, and in line for a big payday.