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Boullier: Rookie no hindrance to development

– McLaren is not being held back by its decision to field a rookie driver this season, Eric Boullier insists.Fresh from winning last year's Formula Renault 3.5 championship, Kevin Magnussen graduated to Formula 1 with the squad, beating established team-mate Jenson Button en route to a debut podium in Australia.Although Magnussen and McLaren have drifted away at recent races, Boullier is refusing to blame the Dane's lack of experience, stating that while he is "facing the rookie syndrome", his feedback has been strong."I don't think it is more challenging to have a rookie driver rather than two experienced drivers," Boullier, who joined the team in an all-new...
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