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McLaren keen to maintain progress at ‘crazy’ Monza

Buoyed by their performance in the Belgium Grand Prix, McLaren drivers Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button are hoping for a solid haul of points in Italy. Although the Dane was ultimately hit with a 30-second penalty that dropped him out of the points, sixth and seventh places on the road at Spa-Francorchamps provided sufficient confirmation of McLaren's revised low downforce set-up that the Woking team heads to Monza with renewed confidence. “I think we showed at Spa that our low-downforce package has kept us in the mix, and I'd like to come away from the Italian weekend with some good points for the team,” rookie Magnussen announced, “I certainly think we're making progress, and it...
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