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Boullier says McLaren's downward spiral is over

McLaren's recent downward spiral, which has seen them fall well short of championship leaders Mercedes, is now over reckons racing director Eric Boullier. The team suffered their worst ever season in 2013 after failing to score a podium finish. Things looked up in 2014 though as the team took a double podium at the opening Australian Grand Prix. Neither Jenson Button nor Kevin Magnussen have been in the top three since, but things are starting to look up according to Boullier who believes the team is on the right path following its recent restructure. "We have definitely stopped getting 'down' and in the past couple of months we have got back on track," the Frenchman told...
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