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McLaren ‘On Right Path’ Despite Tough Austrian GP

The Austrian Grand Prix saw the McLaren-Mercedes team have a relatively quiet race at the Red Bull Ring, with Danish driver Kevin Magnussen finishing seventh and Briton Jenson Button eleventh. Magnussen can take heart from a steady if not spectacular race in Austria that saw him take home six points for seventh position. He was disappointed to lose the sixth place he had held for long spells of the race to the Sahara Force India of Sergio Perez a few laps from the end, but felt the team was making progress after a mediocre season up to now. “I really thought we were going to finish sixth today, but Checo [Perez] just had too much pace at the end of the race,” said Magnussen. “That...
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