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McLaren will be in even better shape in Montreal - Boullier

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier is convinced McLaren will take another step forward in Canada, as new upgrades and a changing philosophy continue to lift the team.Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen both broke into the top ten in last weekend's Monaco Grand Prix - the first time both men have scored in the same race since Malaysia - helping to lift McLaren above Williams and into fifth in the constructors' championship.Boullier expects the progress to continue in Canada, where he thinks McLaren's competitiveness will be boosted not only by internal improvements but also by the track layout and characteristics."I think the double points finish [in Monaco] was mostly due to the...
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