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Magnussen hopeful of Barcelona turning point

– Kevin Magnussen hopes the Spanish Grand Prix will bring "better fortunes" for himself and McLaren. The Danish rookie has scored just two points since his podium finish at Albert Park, suffering first lap clashes with Ferrari's Kimi Räikkönen in Malaysia and Bahrain and finishing a long way outside the top ten in China. But looking ahead to this weekend's race in Barcelona, Magnussen feels there are reasons to be optimistic. "As a team, we've had a difficult couple of races, so I think we all head to Spain hopeful of better fortunes," he said. "I think the problems we encountered in China have definitely given us the data and the impetus we need to make...
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