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McLaren to evaluate ‘performance steps’ at Red Bull Ring

Despite taking fourth and ninth places last time out at the Canadian Grand Prix, McLaren admits that it is still not where it wants to be in terms of performance from its MP4-29 and will be trialling further developments at this weekend's Austrian round. Jenson Button's fourth position in Montreal was, the team admits, in no small part due to Lewis Hamilton's retirement and the late collision between Felipe Massa and Sergio Perez, but provided sufficient encouragement for the Woking squad as it returns to Europe and the first Austrian Grand Prix since 2003. McLaren accepts, however, that it is still some way from challenging at the front of the field, and still struggling to be a constant...
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