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McLaren targeting something different for the future

Eric Boullie McLaren, a team in constant flux since the ousting of Martin Whitmarsh continues to be subject of many reports, and much speculation, regarding the future of the legendary Woking based outfit. In Monaco, former team champion Alain Prost urged the struggling British outfit to 'do something a little bit different' to return to the front of the grid. 'Yes, I agree with the comments of Alain,' said the Woking based team's new-in-2014 team boss, Eric Boullier. This is what I have been doing since I started.' Also new in 2014 has been the return to Formula 1 management of McLaren ‘supremo' Ron Dennis, a year ahead of the highly-anticipated works Honda partnership. This week,...
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