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McLaren-Honda Can Score 1st Points of 2015 F1 Season at Chinese Grand Prix

McLaren simply couldn't continue like that. Across the opening two race weekends of the 2015 Formula One season, the targets were set embarrassingly low for a team which remains one of the most iconic names in world motorsport. Content to tag along at the rear of the field, circulating with no aspiration or purpose, McLaren were a shadow of their former selves. Their drivers, Jenson Button and Fernando Alonso, two men who are accustomed to fighting for podium finishes, grand prix victories and world championships, have been forced to play along with the charade. The former's 11th-place finish in Australia, where he finished two laps behind the winner, was regarded as "a small victory for the team" by reserve driver Kevin Magnussen, accordi...

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