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Bright start for rookie Magnussen who flies the flag for McLaren when it matters

Bright start for rookie Magnussen who flies the flag for McLaren when it matters 15 March, 2014 Cheery smiles and high-fives were a rare sight in the McLaren garage last year, but new boy Kevin Magnussen inspired a bout of happy back-slapping when he put the British team on the second row for Sunday's season-opening Australian Grand Prix. The 21-year-old Dane, son of former Formula one racer Jan, qualified fourth at Albert Park on Saturday, outshining former world champion team mate Jenson Button, who will line up 10th on the grid after a rain-hit session. Racing director Eric Boullier, who joined McLaren in the off-season after being team principal at last year's Australian race winners...
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