The ex-team boss's mission to sort French GP's problems

The ex-team boss's mission to sort French GP's problems

Eric Boullier had a miserable French Grand Prix with McLaren this time last year, but now he's back in the Formula 1 fold and heading up the second event at Paul Ricard. First on the agenda? A certain traffic nightmare...

Twelve months ago, then McLaren racing director Eric Boullier faced a weekend of hugely contrasting emotions at the French Grand Prix.

On the competitive front, ongoing difficulties with McLaren's campaign triggered his decision to resign in a bid to give it some freedom to sort a much-needed infrastructure overhaul.

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