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McLaren expecting improved display in Brazil

McLaren Racing Director Eric Boullier says the outfit is expecting to show stronger performance levels at this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix, as it eyes a points finish. Fernando Alonso was on course for seventh place in the United States until he suffered a reliability issue, while the Spaniard rounded out the top 10 at the following event in Mexico. Boullier is confident that McLaren can perform stronger, relative to its performance in the United States and Mexico, when it takes to the circuit at Interlagos this weekend. “For McLaren, we’re heading into the weekend with cautious optimism,” said Boullier. “We know that statistically this circuit should suit...
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