McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale admits they will find it difficult to challenge for wins in the second half of the season.
The Woking squad endured a nightmare first half of the campaign with Jenson Button's fifth place in China their best finish to date. Although the team are determined to fight until the end of the campaign - their odds of finishing on the podium at Spa this weekend continue to increase with Paddy Power - and Neale conceded during a Vodafone McLaren Mercedes phone-in that they will find it difficult to win races.
"I think that will be a real challenge if I'm honest. The areas that we're working on this car are areas that are either directly or indirectly...
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