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'Decent' race result for us, says Boullier

– McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier has said the team was 'satisfied' after scoring 18 points in the British Grand Prix.Jenson Button led the challenge for McLaren at Silverstone, only narrowly missing out on a podium, while 2014 Formula 1 rookie Kevin Magnussen was seventh in the other car."We're satisfied that we were able to convert a good qualifying performance [P3 and P5] into a decent race result [P4 and P7]. In achieving that outcome, our engineers and mechanics here at Silverstone didn't put a foot wrong, and they deserve great credit for getting the absolute maximum out of the package that they have at their disposal at the moment," he stated."Obviously,...
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