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Spanish GP: Qualifying notes - McLaren

It was a case of promise only half-fulfilled for the team today. After a very disappointing result in China, the team came to Spain this weekend intent on better managing the balance of the MP4-29 - particularly through this circuit's demanding high-speed corners. We largely succeeded, although Kevin Magnussen was unable to capitalise on the improvements after suffering a mid-qualifying power-unit issue that ended his running.Jenson Button spent each session gradually refining the balance, carefully slicing lap-time off on each run. On his sole run in Q3 (his first having been aborted owing to the red flag), he found the car understeering and wasn't able to benefit from the final changes...
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