Eric Boullier remains optimistic that McLaren can win in 2014, despite their season appearing to take a step backwards during the opening four races.Leading the Constructors' Championship after last month's Australian GP, the Woking team have since slipped down to fifth place with Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen both finishing outside the points in China last weekend.
A lack of downforce on the team's MP4-29 car has been blamed for the poor results, although Boullier insisted a programme of "very aggressive" development will turn things around.
"Obviously we have to believe we'll win a race," the Frenchman said during a McLaren Mercedes phone-in on Wednesday. "If...
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