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Feature: The Kids Are Alright

Three drivers joined the grid in 2014 - here's how they've fared after the first part of the season. Kevin Magnussen was second on his debut. McLaren-Mercedes Formula 1 debutants have a lot to become accustomed to in a very short space of time. A new team, a new team-mate, a completely new and more powerful car, much greater media interest – especially from their own nation, new circuits, longer races than anything they’re used to, a more intense schedule, consistent scrutiny of minor errors as well as fans clamouring that there’s someone ‘more deserving’ of the seat. It’s a lot to get your head around, but the three new boys on the Formula 1 grid in 2014 have acclimatised well...
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