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Confident Magnussen still has to ‘learn and improve’

Kevin Magnussen's F1 career could hardly have got off to a better start, but finishing second in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix would prove to be a frustrating millstone for the young Dane in the weeks to come. With his McLaren squad unable to replicate the form that saw both Magnussen and, belatedly, team-mate Jenson Button collect silverware in Melbourne, the reigning Renault World Series champion could have been forgiven for thinking that F1 was easy, but subsequent outings have shown just how fickle life in the top flight can be, particularly for those in teams not at the front of the field. Since opening his account with 18 points behind current championship leader Nico...
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