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McLaren: No radical overhaul

Eric Boullier says McLaren's recent mini-revival has shown that there's no need for them to attempt a more radical overhaul of their MP4-29 car.Speaking in May after Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen had each gone three races without scoring a World Championship point, McLaren's Racing Director said they would pursue 'radical concepts' if results hadn't improved by the British GP.Yet with Button finishing a strong fourth in his home race at Silverstone and Magnussen seventh, Boullier reckons McLaren's performance had been 'better than expected' with the team working instead to bring planned developments to the car more quickly. Live on Sky Sports Live Formula One 2014 German Grand Prix:...
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