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Fourth to tenth very tight - Magnussen

Kevin Magnussen believes the cooler temperatures could favour McLaren Getty Images Enlarge Kevin Magnussen admits it is impossible to predict how McLaren will fare in qualifying in Bahrain after seeing the gap between a lot of teams come down in FP2. The evening session is the best indication of how the teams may fare in qualifying and in the race as the conditions are the same, and Magnussen managed to finish ninth. Magnussen echos the opinion of others that Mercedes is in a race of its own this weekend but admits the gaps in the race behind Mercedes have come right down. "It could be tenth, it could be fourth if we are lucky, so let's make the best of it," Magnussen said when...
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