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Dennis: We must end the season winning

– Ron Dennis says it is imperative that McLaren is capable of winning races at the end of the season. The outfit is attempting to bounce back from its worst Formula 1 season in over 30 years, during which it failed to record a victory for the first time in seven years and also missed out on the podium for the first time since 1980. And although the current dominance of the works Mercedes squad is hindering McLaren's attempts to return to winning ways, Group CEO Dennis is determined to turn his target into a reality before the campaign concludes. "I think we could win races in the later part of the season," Dennis explained to the official Formula 1 website. "I want to...
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