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Magnussen sure of McLaren progress

McLaren-Mercedes Kevin Magnussen is sure that McLaren's package will be more suited to Hockenheim, the venue of this weekend's German Grand Prix, than circuits which Formula 1 has recently visited. Magnussen has scored points in the last four races and finished in seventh place in both Austria and Britain. Magnussen isn't expecting a drastic overhaul by McLaren, but believes that the MP4-29 will be suited to the characteristics of the Hockenheim circuit. "I’ve raced at Hockenheim before – back in 2010 when I was in German Formula 3 – and it’s a circuit that I enjoy," he said. "It has a good mix of corners, it’s a mid-speed track, it’s a place where you can spend...
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