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Clutch failures for both McLarens in Bahrain

> April 6th, 2014 (F1Plus / Chris Cameron-Dow) - McLaren recorded a double retirement in Bahrain, to the disappointment of the team and drivers. Clutch failures ended both drivers' races prematurely, ending their chances of recording a third successive double points finish. Until the Bahrain Grand Prix, McLaren's 2014 season had started very well. A double podium in Australia, followed by a double points finish in Malaysia, meant McLaren were looking like they could establish themselves quite firmly in second place in the Constructors' Championship in the early part of the season. But in Bahrain in all went wrong with technical problems on both cars. Until their double retirement,...
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