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Boullier: Pecking order will vary

McLaren-Mercedes McLaren racing director Eric Boullier believes that the competitive order in 2014 will continue to vary depending on circuit layout. While Mercedes has remained the quickest package at every round so far this season, several teams have taken turns to achieve strong results. McLaren finished in second and third in Australia, while Ferrari, Force India and Williams have all taken podiums behind Formula 1's dominant outfit, with Red Bull winning in Canada. "Actually it is interesting because it just shows this year that you have a little bit of a strange pecking order in some races, just because of the [circuit] layout," Boullier said when asked about Williams's...
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