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Magnussen searching for ‘comfort zone’

Kevin Magnussen says he lost the “comfort zone” within his McLaren at the Bahrain Grand Prix and hopes to be more competitive in China this weekend.Although both McLarens retired from the last race with clutch problems, Magnussen was struggling to break in to the top ten prior to his race coming to an end. A late driver line-up change then saw Magnussen carry out both days of testing in Bahrain after the race and he hopes it will help him improve his feeling with the car in Shanghai.“I came away from the last race feeling like I didn't get the maximum from either myself or the car, so the couple of days' testing in Bahrain, and my preparations for this race, will hopefully allow me...
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