Kevin Magnussen hopes McLaren will be more competitive at this weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix after a disappointing race in Malaysia.
The Danish driver collided with Kimi Raikkonen on lap two and recovered from an early pit stop to finish ninth. However, the Woking-based outfit struggled at the Sepang International Circuit with the high temperatures and a lack of downforce, meaning they couldn't replicate their double-podium finish from the season opener in Australia.
'Although the Sakhir track has several high-speed corners, it’s not as fast as Sepang so I’m hopeful that we’ll be slightly more competitive this weekend than we were there,' he said.
'I still think the track temperatures...
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