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Magnussen struggling with 'rookie syndrome' says Boullier

Kevin Magnussen is suffering from “rookie syndrome” in what his first season of Formula One, believes McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier. Magnussen, who is in his maiden year of racing in Formula One after winning the 2013 Formula Renault 3.5 championship, finished third on his F1 debut in Australia – promoted to second after Daniel Ricciardo’s exclusion – but has since picked up just three points in five races as his McLaren team have slipped down the order. But Boullier is not worried by the Dane’s performances, which he explains stem from the difficulty for young drivers of having to readjust mentally from winning in one series every other weekend to scrapping...
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