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Dennis: We must end season winning

McLaren CEO Ron Dennis has said the Woking-based team 'must' end the season with some victories.Dennis has returned to the helm this year, with Martin Whitmarsh forced out and Eric Boullier brought in as sporting director. The changes come after a troubled 2013, which saw the squad fail to get a single podium.This year that situation has already been addressed, with Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button provisionally finishing second and third in Australia – after Daniel Ricciardo's exclusion. Dennis, however, won't be content until McLaren is back regularly challenging at the front.“I think we could win races in the later part of the season. I want to see a linear progression because we...
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