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'Magnussen not to blame for McLaren problems'

Eric Boullier has dismissed suggestions that McLaren's struggles recently are due to the inexperience of rookie driver Kevin Magnussen. McLaren's fortunes so far this year has mirrored that of Magnussen - starting with a podium finish in the first race of the season before fading away during the following five grands prix. While Magnussen's team-mate Jenson Button is the most experienced driver on the grid this season and one of the oldest, Boullier insists that the 2009 World Champion isn't being held back by the Danish rookie. "I don't think it's more challenging to have a rookie driver rather than a too experienced driver, let's say, because the kids now, like Kevin, can do let's...
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