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Jules Bianchi was the coming man, a young French racer of Italian extraction with plenty of talent and every hope of one day joining the elite ranks of Ferrari Formula One drivers.Popular in the paddock, playing football with the other drivers and part of the Ferrari "family," Bianchi's dreams were far from wild.Nicolas Todt, the manager who had guided Bianchi's career since the driver was 15 years old and who is also the son of FIA president and former Ferrari team boss Jean, seized the opportunity.At Marussia, a struggling team who entered the sport as Virgin Racing in 2010, Bianchi quickly established himself as someone who could get the most out of a tail end car.The Belgian-licensed racer had won Le Mans the previous year with Mexican Pedro Rodriguez, a two-time Grand Prix winner who was to die two years later while racing a Ferrari sportscar at Germany's Norisring circuit.
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