McLaren’s recent upturn in form has convinced the team to persist with its current development programme says racing director Eric Boullier. Boullier suggested in May that the team would turn to a more radical approach if evident progress had not been made by time of the British Grand Prix.
However, following the team’s best result since the season opening Australian Grand Prix, with fourth and seventh for Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen at Silverstone last weekend, Boullier says he is confident that McLaren are now moving in the right direction with their development.
“Actually, it has gone better than expected,” explained the Frenchman in a McLaren phone-in.
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