The Spanish Grand Prix marked McLaren's third consecutive race without a points finish after Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen took the chequered flag in 11th and 12th.
It is McLaren's worst run since 2009, when the Woking-based outfit failed to score a point in Spain, Monaco, Turkey and Great Britain. The team had been confident of making steps forward prior to the race weekend after a poor performance in China.
Slight improvements were made, but it was not the big jump that McLaren wanted. However, a top 10 result could have been possible had it not been for several moments during round five of the 2014 Formula 1 season.
Button lined up in eighth place on the grid after a decent...
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