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McLaren aiming to consolidate fifth place – Boullier

McLaren is aiming to hold on to fifth place in the constructors' championship by the end of the 2014 season and have both cars scoring points in all of the remaining races. The Woking-based outfit moved into the top five and ahead of rivals Force India at the last race in Belgium, but the gap between the two teams is currently just two points. Williams is 45 points up the road in fourth place, with Ferrari a further 10 ahead. The MP4-29 looked more competitive at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit and the Monza circuit, the venue for this weekend's Italian Grand Prix, should suit the Mercedes- powered car. Ahead of the race, racing director Boullier explained McLaren's aims for the rest of the...
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