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McLaren confirm pitlane start for Magnussen

McLaren encountered mixed fortunes during qualifying today. While Jenson Button went through a solid session to post the 7th time, Kevin Magnussen was caught out by the wet track in turn 1 and subsequently crashed out. The left side of Kevin’s car was quite severely damaged, and will necessitate a chassis and gearbox change for the race. The car will start from the pitlane tomorrow. After struggling to find a balance to his liking all weekend, Jenson suddenly found his car transformed for qualifying, and revelled in its handling, setting seventh-fastest times in both Q2 and Q3. He will also have the added benefit of starting from the clean side of the grid tomorrow. Jenson Button,...
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