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No guarantee Austria updates will be raceable - McLaren

Sutton Images Enlarge McLaren says there is no guarantee its new upgrade package for the Austrian Grand Prix will be immediately "raceable". Despite scoring two podium finishes at the opening race in Australia, it soon became clear that this year's McLaren is lacking downforce compared to its rivals. The team has targeted the Austrian and British Grands Prix for a fightback, but ahead of this weekend's trip to the Red Bull Ring, team boss Eric Boullier has tempered expectations. "Since the beginning of the season, we've stated that we need to bring more downforce to the car," he said. "Of course, that's a constantly moving target - for this weekend, however, we'll...
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