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Boullier confident despite double retirement in Bahrain

A double retirement for McLaren in Bahrain allowed Mercedes to flatter to deceive, suggests the Woking team’s Racing Director, Eric Boullier. Clutch failures for both Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen, which the team claims it has already solved, masked what Boullier claims is the second fastest car on the grid.'If you look at the performance graph from Jenson we were just about to potentially finish in front of the Force Indias,' he claimed in the latest McLaren Mercedes phone-in. 'We could be the second fastest team after Mercedes, so the best of the rest, but this is very, very, very tight with everybody.'Boullier's claim is backed by a strong performance in Australia which saw...
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