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Magnussen Happy with McLaren Improvements but Button Struggles

The McLaren-Mercedes team continue to improve their pace as the season goes on, with Kevin Magnussen taking a very impressive fourth place on the grid at Hockenheim. Team-mate Jenson Button struggled compared to his team-mate and will start the German Grand Prix in eleventh after missing out on Q3 by less than a tenth of a second. Magnussen impressed during qualifying to take fourth on the grid, beating both Red Bull drivers. He believes the car is an improvement here in Germany, and is looking forward to maximising the result on Sunday, whatever the conditions. 'This has been a good day for me,” said Magnussen. 'I think we got everything out of the car in terms of set-up, and our...
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