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Dennis' shoe gift to Magnussen

Employing a unique mix of homespun philosophy and the fabled language of Ronspeak, McLaren chief Ron Dennis has urged the precociously-talented Kevin Magnussen to keep his feet on the ground following the young Dane's stunning drive to second place in the season-opening Australian GP.Having finished third on the road behind race winner Nico Rosberg and Daniel Ricciardo, the Red Bull driver's subsequent expulsion promoted Magnussen to second place - the best result for a rookie on his debut since Jacques Villeneuve was second in Australia in 1996. But that's not enough for a team which defines itself as 'existing to win', with Magnussen's assurance to reporters that he wouldn't celebrate the...
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