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Learning process ongoing for Magnussen

Getty Images Enlarge Kevin Magnussen believes he has grown as a driver since the beginning of the year but knows there is plenty still to learn in his rookie year and beyond. Magnussen's F1 career started with a podium on his debut in Australia, though the Dane and McLaren have fallen down the pecking order since that race. His highest position since is a pair of seventh-place finishes in Austria and Great Britain but Magnussen feels like he has the tools to kick on in the second half of the year with renewed form. "It's difficult really to pick out one point where I feel like I've improved," Magnussen said. "It's kind of just everything as a Formula One driver, it's quite...
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