Marussia unveil new car; replace Timo Glock with Max Chilton for 2013

The 2013 season gets underway with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on March 17.

updated: February 06, 2013 00:30 IST
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Jerez de la Frontera, Spain: Russian outfit Marussia on Tuesday unveiled their new MR02 car for the 2013 season, and a new driver, during testing at the Jerez circuit in southern Spain.

The Cosworth-powered car boasts KERS, the kinetic energy recovery system that was missing from last season's version as Marussia missed out on a precious top-ten finish in the constructors' standings.

The team, who are based in Banbury in England, have signed up 21-year-old English driver Max Chilton, who will make his Formula One debut this season in place of departed German Timo Glock.

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