xt">Sam Michael, Eric Boullier and Ron Dennis in the Barcelona pitlane
Once-mighty McLaren, who failed to make an appearance on the Formula One podium last season, completed a miserable hat-trick of races without a point at the Spanish Grand Prix on Sunday.
Despite the poor run of form, their longest drought in five years, Racing Director Eric Boullier said there were signs of progress.
'Yesterday, our qualifying form showed that we'd taken a small step forwards in terms of performance,' said the Frenchman after former McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton chalked up his fourth win in a row for Mercedes to take the overall lead.
'We know our journey to full competitiveness won't be a short...
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