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4th and 7th the 'maximum achievable' for McLaren

McLaren's Jenson Button finished 4th in today's British Grand Prix, the closest he came yet to securing a podium in his home race. Team mate Kevin Magnussen finished 7th, making it a double points finish for the team. Jenson Button, MP4-29-03, 4th: 'Circuits with high-speed changes of direction aren’t really our car’s forte, so I think we can go away from Silverstone feeling encouraged by what we achieved this weekend. Specifically, it was great to have such a good fight with Fernando [Alonso], and it was encouraging to be able to pull away from him and Sebastian [Vettel] in the last stint. “At the end, I crossed the line only 0.9s behind Daniel [Ricciardo]; if there’d been just one...
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