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Magnussen's 'rookie syndrome' won't limit McLaren

McLaren's development efforts are not being held back by having rookie Kevin Magnussen at the team, racing director Eric Boullier insists.Magnussen made a sensational start to his Formula One race career by finishing second in Australia - becoming the first rookie since Lewis Hamilton in 2007 to reach the podium on his F1 debut - but since then both his and McLaren's form has tailed off.Boullier admits Magnussen is facing a typical 'rookie syndrome' in terms of developing the car, but says the depth and detail of the Dane’s feedback is good enough to drive to team forward. "I don't think it is more challenging to have a rookie driver rather than two experienced drivers, let's...
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