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Sainz enjoying renewed relationship with Key at McLaren

Carlos Sainz says he's enjoying his renewed relationship with James Key at McLaren, insisting the team's new technical director has done a great job settling in at Woking. Key, who was credited for transforming Toro Rosso into a leading midfield contender in recent years, was poached from the junior Red Bull squad last year, but only joined McLaren last March after the Australian Grand Prix. Sainz is well acquainted with the 47-year-old engineer, having worked alongside the Briton during his formative years in F1 with Toro Rosso. But the Spaniard is impressed with what he's seen and heard so far from McLaren's tech chief. McLaren: Still work to do to 'lock down' midfield lead "I had a...
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