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Dennis: McLaren won’t write off 2014

Ron Dennis says McLaren will not write off 2014 despite the advantage being enjoyed by Mercedes this season. McLaren started the season with a double podium in Australia but has failed to recapture the pace it had in Melbourne since and is currently sitting in sixth place in the constructors' championship following the Austrian Grand Prix. However, Dennis says there is plenty to be gained from this season, and when asked if 2014 was a write-off replied: “No, we never write anything off. “We'll fight until the last grand prix; that's the nature of the team. It's certainly not a write-off. I'm still very much aware of what is coming down the road and you've just got to get it as...
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