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McLaren Looking For Turnaround In Spain

McLaren Mercedes are looking to improve their fortunes this coming weekend, as the MP4-29 suffered handling issues at the last race in Shanghai. Both Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen were happier with the increased balance that the aerodynamic upgrades have given, which shows a step forward towards better results. The Danish rookie is hoping for a better turn of form this coming Sunday, but admits that the team is not where 'we want to be,' but is still remaining positive ahead of what could happen on race day: 'I think our upgrades are working – they’re not going to completely change the world, but they’re a small step in the right direction and we need to keep taking those small...
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