Kevin Magnussen is hopeful that this weekend's Spanish Grand Prix will bring 'better fortunes' for McLaren after two races without scoring a point.
The Woking-based outfit started the season in Australia with two podiums, before registering a double points finish in Malaysia. However, Magnussen and team-mate Jenson Button both retired with clutch problems in Bahrain and struggled for pace at the last race in China.
'As a team, we’ve had a difficult couple of races, so I think we all head to Spain hopeful of better fortunes,' the Danish rookie said ahead of the fifth round of the 2014 season.
'I think the problems we encountered in China have definitely given us the data and the impetus...
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