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Boullier praises 'impressive but unlucky' Magnussen

Eric Boullier has praised the job Kevin Magnussen is doing this season, even if his performances haven't been all that impressive. The McLaren racing director recently described Magnussen as suffering from "rookie syndrome" which has seen him struggle to make the move from a single-make series to a series where each team has a different level of performance. Despite this, Boullier is full of praise for the young Danish driver whom he says is "doing very well for a rookie". Should he endure a mishap-free weekend, he'll prove what he can do behind the wheel according to the Frenchman. "Kevin has been a fantastic asset so far this season," he said. "He'll be...
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