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McLaren could 'go radical' after Silverstone

McLaren could turn to more radical development concepts if they have not made significant progress by July’s race at Silverstone, according to the team’s racing director Eric Boullier. The Woking-based squad introduced a number of upgrades to the Mercedes-powered MP4-29 at last weekend’s Grand Prix in Spain, but neither Jenson Button nor Kevin Magnussen were able to break into the top ten in the race. With the next two rounds of the championship taking place at the atypical Monaco and Canada venues, Boullier believes that the races in Austria and Britain will provide a better barometer of progress - and could also dictate the team’s future development path. “I...
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