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McLaren aims to improve at Montreal

Despite a promising start to the 2014 season, McLaren failed to hang on to the success and fell back into the midfield. The Woking-based squad now wants to turn their fortunes around and carry on the momentum they got in the Principality last weekend. McLaren endured a though season last year when they failed to step up onto the rostrum after they had competitive cars for decades. After Martin Whitmarsh was demoted, Ron Dennis took over the regime and signed Lotus' Eric Boullier as team principal. Boullier praises his team for their efforts, but concedes the performance showed in Monaco was mainly down to the track layout. „I think the double points finish [in Monaco] was mostly due to...
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