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Magnussen: Adversity only makes me hungrier to win

McLaren driver Kevin Magnussen has said that he is hungrier than ever to return to the front of the field after three disappointing races for the team. The Danish youngster made an incredible start to his Formula 1 career, finishing second on debut at the Australian Grand Prix. However, since then, the McLaren MP4-29 has struggled in cooler conditions, resulting in a yield of just ten points between Magnussen and teammate Jenson Button. None of these points have come in the last two races, and in China both drivers endured anonymous races to finish 11th and 13th. Magnussen took to Twitter to tell his fans that he is more determined than ever. 'Last few races have been very difficult for...
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