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McLaren abandons 'going radical' in 2014

Sutton Images Enlarge Eric Boullier says the recent upswing in performance of the MP4-29 has convinced McLaren to continue along its current route of development. In May Boullier suggested the team would favour a more radical approach if progress had not been made by Silverstone, where the team delivered its highest points haul since Australia with fourth and seventh. Racing director Boullier is satisfied McLaren is moving in the right direction he wants to capitalise by keeping the team focused on its current path rather than considering other options. "Actually, it has gone better than expected," he said when asked about McLaren's recent development during a McLaren-Mercedes...
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