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McLaren may be forced to go radical – Boullier

McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier has revealed that his team may be forced to take a more radical approach in the development of the MP4-29 later in the season, if the Woking-based outfit are still struggling for competitiveness come July. Having suffered its worse season since 1980 last year, McLaren seemed to be in resurgence after Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button achieved a double podium finish at the season opener in Australia, but since then both drivers have failed to score points in three consecutive races – the first time this has occurred since 2009. With a major series of upgrades soon expected to come to the MP4-29, Boullier expects that the team will know by the...
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