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McLaren Looking Forward To ‘Favourite’ Time of Year

The McLaren Mercedes duo of Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen say they are looking forward to this weekend’s Spanish Grand Prix, with the Englishman describing it as his ‘favourite’ part of the season. After four overseas races the paddock returns to Europe and the Circuit de Catalunya for round five of the championship, with McLaren currently sitting fifth in the championship after a disappointing run of results following their double podium finish in Australia. “Formula 1’s springtime return to Europe is always one of my favourite times of the year,” said Button. “The paddock is filled with familiar faces, the travel shortens, and the team motorhomes – where we’ll live...
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