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Dennis: No question we are going forward

Ron Dennis says there is “no question” that McLaren is making progress following changes made earlier this season. Having returned as CEO of McLaren this year, Dennis installed Eric Boullier as racing director and has moved to shake up the team following a podium-less 2013. Jenson Button consistently references the changes made this year as cause for optimism for the future, and Dennis told Crash.net that he is confident the areas he has addressed are starting to pay dividends. “There are loads of changes in the team, you just move things around,” Dennis said. “But it takes a while for things to bed down and to get the results. But we're going forward, there's no question we are...
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