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McLaren worst of Mercedes powererd teams as woes continue in China

McLaren worst of Mercedes powererd teams as woes continue in China 20 April, 2014 McLaren endured another tough weekend in China on Sunday with both drivers failing to score points for the second race running and the team tumbling down the Formula One constructors' standings. After a double retirement in Bahrain, the team's first since 2006, Jenson Button and Danish rookie Kevin Magnussen finished a distant and disappointing 11th and 13th respectively in Shanghai. They had qualified 12th and 15th. McLaren, the second most successful team in the sport, had led the constructors' championship after the opener in Australia when Magnussen was second and Button third but they slumped to fifth...
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