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Boullier: McLaren even stronger in Canada

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier expects the team to be “in better shape” in Canada than it was in the Monaco Grand Prix. Both cars scored points in Monaco with Jenson Button sixth and Kevin Magnussen tenth, although Magnussen was on for a much higher finish before hitting reliability trouble and colliding with Kimi Raikkonen. The result brought to an end a run of three races without scoring, but Boullier feels Monaco was a track which played to McLaren's strengths a little and expects Montreal to be even more favourable. "I think the double points finish was mostly due to the track layout which suited our car, but it also rewarded the hard work we are doing here in...
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