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German GP: Qualifying notes - McLaren

An afternoon of mixed fortunes for our drivers. Kevin has ridden a great wave of form all weekend - he established his pace in the morning session, finishing in sixth position. He improved further this afternoon, setting fifth-fastest times in Q1 and Q2. He went one better in the final session, qualifying an impressive fourth - equaling his best grid position of the season [in Australia].Jenson failed to find the car's sweet-spot during the morning's free practice session, and his struggles continued into qualifying. He was blocked on his first run in Q2, and didn't have a suitable balance for his final run. He sat balanced on the cusp of the top 10, but was ultimately knocked out by just...
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