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No short-term answers for McLaren

Sutton Images Enlarge McLaren says there is no quick fix for its lack of pace this year but it is still working hard on its 2014 car in order to learn lessons for 2015. This weekend's German Grand Prix marks the halfway point of the season and McLaren is currently sixth in the constructors' championship. It scored solid points at the British Grand Prix, but racing director Eric Boullier thinks the team was punching above its weight. "It says a lot about the strength of our race team that we've recently managed to achieve some respectable results at circuits where we perhaps didn't expect to shine," he said. "We're aware that those results weren't fully representative of the...
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