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Zak Brown keen to play down McLaren start

McLaren chief Zak Brown says he has been encouraged by the start the team has made to 2019 but has cautioned against raising expectations. McLaren moved in to fourth position in the Constructors’ Championship in the wake of Carlos Sainz Jr. and Lando Norris finishing seventh and eighth respectively in Azerbaijan. It marked the team’s first double points finish since last year’s corresponding race at the Baku City Circuit. “So it’s early, still,” said Brown. “I think this is a big race because as we all know, this is where everyone brings the big package of next upgrades, and I think we’re all trying different things that session. “I...
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