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We will be happy when we win - Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen is taking advice from Ron Dennis to heart following his debut Sutton Images Enlarge Kevin Magnussen insists he is no longer focussing on his debut podium as it is still a long way off what McLaren believes it can achieve this year. Magnussen finished second in Melbourne after Daniel Ricciardo's disqualification, while Jenson Button's third showed McLaren is the closest team to challenging Mercedes and Williams at present. But Magnussen is refusing to dwell on his debut as he is convinced McLaren's goal of recording a win in 2014 is a genuine one. "As a team we got the most out of what we had, we can feel proud of that but we aren't where we want to be yet. We just...
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