US GP qualifying quotes: Marussia
Jules Bianchi - 20th: "After the problems we have experienced so far this weekend, we absolutely needed to find the right solution in time for qualifying. I'm very happy that we did this and although we haven't been able to spend the time to tune the car, we made enough progress to split the Caterhams, which is a good result from where we were. Had we been fully there with the balance, who knows, it may have been possible to get ahead of Van Der Garde as we were just a few hundredths away. It was pretty windy in Sector 1 also, so if we look at the overall picture we have to be pretty pleased with the result. My thanks to the Team for all the hard work in resolving our problems and now we can look forward to the race with a little more confidence."
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