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McLaren looks to catch up by Barcelona

cLaren is hoping to cut the gap to Formula 1's perceived frontrunners by the Spanish Grand Prix. After Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification, McLaren duo Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button took second and third at the Australian Grand Prix, but they finished over 25 seconds behind Mercedes's Nico Rosberg. With Williams also showing signs of race-winning performance early in the season, McLaren is hoping that its planned development path will propel it to the front end of the grid in time for the Barcelona round on May 11. "It's true that Mercedes and Williams have some pace," said newly-appointed Racing Director Eric Boullier after the season opener. "[They are] maybe half to...
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