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Boullier waiting on driver market

There is added pressure on Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen as Eric Boullier has said he will "wait" to finalise McLaren's 2015 line-up. McLaren have long made it known that they are in no hurry to decide their driver line-up for next season. This year the Woking team went with the experienced Jenson Button and rookie racer Kevin Magnussen. The partnership, though, has as yet failed to produce the results McLaren desire. This has led to rumours that Button's days at Woking are numbered with the likes of Valtteri Bottas being linked to his race-seat while McLaren are also believed to be considering re-signing Fernando Alonso. Boullier, though, says he is no hurry to make a...
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