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Boullier: McLaren believes it will win in 2014

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier believes the team will win a race in 2014 despite a recent slump in form. After finishing with two cars on the podium at the season-opening Australian Grand Prix, McLaren has struggled since then and both cars retired in Bahrain before neither Jenson Button nor Kevin Magnussen could finish in the points in China on Sunday. With Ron Dennis having previously said the team would win races this year, Boullier said during a McLaren phone-in that he still holds the same belief. “Obviously we have to believe we will win a race,” Boullier said. “If you look at it in detail obviously it looks like we are slipping back since the beginning of the season....
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