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Eric Boullier: “We’re still not Where We Need to be”

The McLaren Mercedes team arrive in Austria on the back of their best result since the season-opening round in Australia last time out in Canada. Jenson Button took fourth place in Montreal, with Kevin Magnussen down in ninth, but both drivers showed good pace on the high-speed street circuit. Button is one of the few drivers on the grid with previous Formula One experience around the Spielberg track. He is interested to see what has changed since he last competed at the circuit back in 2003 when driving for British American Racing. “First, I think it’s great that we’re going back to Austria,” said Button. “Obviously, the Austrian Grand Prix has such a lot of history, the country...
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