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McLaren's season will hinge on Silverstone

Getty Images Enlarge McLaren says its season will hinge on its performances at the Austrian and British Grands Prix and that it may go "radical" with its car if results do not improve. McLaren has now gone three races without a point and has slumped to sixth in the constructors' championship. The next two rounds of the season are on different styles of track, with the tight and twisty Monaco street circuit and the long straights of Canada's Circuit Gilles Villeneuve coming up. As a result, team principal Eric Boullier does not think McLaren will get a true understanding of whether its most recent upgrades are working until the return to more standard racing circuits in Austria...
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