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Boullier 'proud' of the battles fought by McLaren in 2017

As it prepares to end a campaign in which good results were once again a rare commodity, McLaren should be proud of its achievements, says race director Eric Boullier. The Woking-based struggled for a third successive year as it remained pinned down by the dismal reliability and performance of its Honda power unit. The team's best result to date has been a P6 finish delivered by Fernando Alonso in Hungary, but Boullier insists on emphasising his team's efforts in the face of adversity. "As we look ahead to the sun setting on the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix and the 2017 season, I’m proud of the battles we’ve fought and the achievements we’ve made as team this year, despite the lack of...
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