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McLaren 'expect to be in mix' in Bahrain

– McLaren boss Eric Boullier has said he expects the Woking team to be ‘in the mix’ again this weekend in Bahrain, although he knows they don’t have the performance yet to challenge Mercedes. “Although we didn’t enjoy the same level of competitiveness in Malaysia as we had in Australia, we nonetheless took home 10 valuable world championship points. That’s not enough, but it’s better than some of our competitors managed,” Boullier noted ahead of the third round in the 2014 Formula 1 World Championship. “At the moment, we concede that we don’t quite have the performance to take the fight to the front-runners, but the considerable in-cockpit abilities of Jenson...
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