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Honda arrival not a distraction - Boullier

Honda will supply engines to McLaren next year Sutton Images Enlarge Eric Boullier has denied that the arrival of Honda engines in 2015 is distracting McLaren from getting the job done this year. After a disappointing 2013 campaign, McLaren made a bright start at this year's Australian Grand Prix but has quickly dropped off the pace at recent races, with the team failing to score a point at the last two races. The arrival of Honda engines next year will bring an added work load this season, but Boullier insists it will not impact on the team's 2014 efforts. "I disagree because you can't allow yourself to think and wait in motor racing," he said. "Actually the 2013 year...
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