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McLaren plans 'aggressive' development to fight for wins

Sutton Images Enlarge McLaren racing director Eric Boullier still believes his team will win a race this year despite its recent struggles. McLaren has failed to score a point at the last two races after starting the year with two cars on the podium at the Australian Grand Prix. Mercedes has looked utterly dominant throughout the first four races, but Boullier is not giving up hope of a victory once McLaren starts to ramp up development. "We still believe we will win a race," he told the McLaren-Mercedes phone-in. "If you look at in detail it looks like we are slipping back since the beginning of the season. It's true that Australia was a bit optimistic, but it also...
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