John Booth, principal of the Banbury-based Marussia team, is confident he can resolve the row between drivers Max Chilton and Jules Bianchi following their crash in Canada.
Both men blamed the other for the accident that unfolded at the turn three-four chicane on lap one, which resulted in Bianchi smashing into one wall, while Chilton hit another.
The stewards deemed Chilton at fault as he has been handed a three-place grid penalty for the next race in Austria on June 22.
Booth said: “It’ll be resolved internally and quickly because we are a strong team, and when we get to Austria we’ll all be the best of buddies again.”
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