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Kevin Magnussen: “We are up for the Challenge”

The McLaren Mercedes team endured a tough weekend in Hungary after a strategy call went awry for both Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen. They arrive at one of the classic Grand Prix venues of them all at Spa-Francorchamps however in high spirits, and both drivers are looking forward to the remainder of the Formula 1 season. Button is a previous winner at Spa-Francorchamps, having won from pole position in 2012. He admits, as many drivers do, to loving the circuit, and is itching to get out on track on Friday. He is hopeful that he can have a positive weekend in Belgium to give him a boost as the second half of the season gets underway. 'I go into the second half of the season feeling...
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