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McLaren unable to break out of midfield at Spain

McLaren endured another difficult weekend near Barcelona with neither driver able to add points to their tally. Jenson Button dropped out of the points already on the first lap while Kevin Magnussen never really came close. From eighth on the grid, Jenson had a difficult first lap, scrabbling for grip and dropping to 13th. That setback was to dictate the rest of his afternoon, as he spent most of the race on the fringes of the top 10. A delayed second pitstop, during which he was held in the box owing to traffic, meant that he couldn’t use strategy to his advantage, and he eventually finished 11th. After yesterday’s qualifying problem, Kevin started an unrepresentative 14th, but made a...
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