Jules Bianchi is probably just happy to be racing for anyone. He had a dramatic pre-season testing where he missed out on a spot with Force India only to be picked up by Marussia when it rescinded an offer with Brazilian Luiz Razia over sponsorship problems. A former Force India reserve driver and a member of the Ferrari driver academy would certainly give him an edge.Bianchi hails from a famous racing family. His grandfather Mauro was a successful F3 and sportscar racer, while his great uncle Lucien started 17 Grands Prix between 1960 and 1968.The Frenchman, who has long had the backing of the Federation Francaise du Sport Automobile, has gradually moved up the ranks from winning the French karting title in 2006. He caught the eyes of many F1 teams during two years driving in the GP2 Asia series and raced for Lotus ART team last year in GP2, finishing third.