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Eric Boullier: “P8 is Never Satisfying”

The McLaren Mercedes duo of Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen continued to struggle as the qualifying session in Spain left them down in 8th and 15th respectively. Magnussen was unlucky to suffer a power unit problem during the second part of qualifying, but Button seemed to get the maximum out of the car that would only see him qualify in the lower end of the top ten. Sebastian Vettel’s penalty sees Magnussen promoted to 14th, but both drivers will be hoping to be challenging for points during the race. Button qualified eighth in Spain after almost missing out on getting through the first part of qualifying. The 2009 World Champion feels the car has improved somewhat since the last race...
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