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Magnussen happy to hold off Bulls

Kevin Magnussen believes McLaren are not too far away from big guns after a strong qualifying session in Hockenheim. The Dane will start P4 on the grid at Hockenheim - equalling his best qualifying display to date - after getting the better of both Red Bulls and his team-mate Jenson Button on Saturday. In front of him he will have the Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and the Williams cars of Valtteri Bottas and Felipe Massa, but Magnussen feels McLaren have closed the gap. "This has been a good day for me," he said. "I think we got everything out of the car in terms of set-up, and our strategy throughout qualifying was perfect. Thanks to all the guys in the garage - they did a...
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