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McLaren will not settle for more of the same

Getty Images Enlarge Eric Boullier says McLaren cannot be satisfied to just consolidate its place back in the points in Canada with upgrades planned for the Montreal race. Since both drivers finished on the podium in Australia McLaren has struggled, languishing fifth in the constructors' standings with 52 points. In Monaco the team ended a run of three races without a point but Boullier has his eyes firmly set on making further inroads in Canada, especially as he predicts the circuit will suit McLaren. "I think honestly it should be both," Boullier said whether his focus in Montreal will be cementing McLaren's place in the points or climbing back towards the front. "First...
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