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McLaren could 'go radical' after Silverstone

– Eric Boullier says McLaren could "go radical" after Silverstone if it has not made significant progress. The Woking-based outfit slipped to sixth in the Constructors' Championship at the Spanish Grand Prix after a lacklustre performance saw drivers Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen cross the line in 11th and 12th. With Monte-Carlo and Montreal presenting unique challenges, Racing Director Boullier says the Austrian and British rounds will be more representative of progress and could dictate the MP4-29's development path. "I think the real question about how capable we are of catching up and how fast we can catch up will be from Austria to Silverstone," explained...
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