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Boullier: No reason for McLaren to panic

– McLaren Sporting Director Eric Boullier has said there is no reason for the team to go into 'panic mode' in the wake of another disappointing race in China. The Woking-based outfit began the 2014 Formula 1 season positively with a two-three finish in Australia. However since then, Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen have both struggled with the MP4-29, and Shanghai provided little relief, with the duo finishing eleventh and 13th respectively, both lapped by race winner, Lewis Hamilton. "It is obviously bad. To have a DNS [did not score] - that hurts," Boullier told PA Sport. "One of the dangers after last year is to go into panic mode, which would make things even...
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