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Boullier: McLaren progress won t be evident in Canada

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier admits that it is unlikely that the Woking team will be able to evaluate the ongoing development of its MP4-29 at this weekend's Canadian Grand Prix. With both Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen returning to the points for the first time in three races at the Monaco Grand Prix, despite any real upgrades being introduced in the Principality, McLaren heads to Montreal with a degree of optimism, but Boullier is quick to point out that there is little to compare between the two circuits, meaning that the team will not be able to accurately pinpoint its progress. “Overall, it's still difficult to gauge exactly where we are,” the Frenchman admitted,...
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