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McLaren hoping history repeats in Hungary

With all eleven F1 teams out to produce a strong result heading into the summer shut-down, McLaren is hoping its drivers' past success in Hungary will stand them in good stead this weekend. The Woking squad appears to be on something of an upswing in terms of form, having scored points in the past five rounds, and taken home a double haul from the German, British, Canadian and Monaco grands prix in that time. Having started the season with a double podium, Melbourne and Malaysia proved to be something of a false dawn for Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button, who then had to wait until Monaco for a return to the top ten, but the Hungaroring has been kind to both drivers – and McLaren - in...
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