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McLaren driver Fernando Alonso

Fernando Alonso retired from the Malaysian Grand Prix posterior 21 laps

7 April 2015 Last updated at 13:07

McLaren driver Fernando Alonso says he is happy with the team’s progress in the pattern of his difficult start to the campaign.

The Spaniard blamed a “steering problem” conducive to the pre-season crash that led to him missing the first race of the enroll in Australia.

Alonso, 33, retired from the subsequent Malaysian GP still says he is looking forward to Sunday’s flavor in China.

“That description of progress really gives the complete team belief and confidence in the passage we’re taking,” said Alonso.

“The steps we took betwixt Australia and Malaysia were extremely impressive.”

British driver Jenson Button besides retired in Sepang after finishing 11th in Australia nevertheless shares his team-mate’s positivity.

Button, 35, declared: “There is definitely progress substance made. I hope we can form upon our pace and performance in Malaysia.”

McLaren racing mentor Eric Boullier warned that the team’s improvements strength not be evident in Shanghai or in Bahrain without ceasing 19 April.

He said: “We are full aware that the next two races probably won’t show quite the sort rate of improvement as we witnessed at Sepang.

“That’s a kind consequence of the fact that the execution gains we’re finding aren’t in the direction of a line in fashion – some will exist for performance, some for efficiency, and others as antidote to reliability.”

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