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McLaren confident of race victories

McLaren believe they can "fight for a win" are some stage of the 2014 season, Racing Director Eric Boullier revealed on Wednesday. After claiming two podiums at the season-opener in Australia, McLaren pair Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen have only scored 10 points between them in the next three races. Boullier, though, remain confident that the factory updates that are due to receive will allow them to compete at the front end of the grid once again. "A lack of downforce is obviously hurting us when we have very hot track conditions, or very cold like we had in China and there is a technical reason for that," said Boullier. "What is happening in the team is...
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