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Boullier confident McLaren can catch up

Eric Boullier believes that McLaren are capable of catching Mercedes this season, even though Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg have dominated all three races this season. Even though a safety car pushed the field together, Hamilton and Rosberg steamed away from the chasing pack last week in Bahrain to record their second consecutive one-two of the season, while Sergio Perez finished third, more than 20 seconds behind the German. "It is true that the gap is huge now," Boullier told crash.net during a McLaren phone-in this week. "But a one-second gap is catchable. "I know a lot of areas that we can work on and improve, so I think it is definitely possible to catch up....
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