McLaren's Martin Whitmarsh says that this year's poor performance was possibly due to an overreaction to the 2012 dip in performance and the notion of a radical change needed to stay competitive. AUTOSPORT has the call:
'We were looking at our development last year, we had a reasonable car, and then it did not respond in development terms.
'Every week you are delivering 1.5-2 points of downforce and when you go for a six week period of not doing that, you start to worry.
'It was maybe at that time that the engineer team thought maybe our progress is horizontal and we need to break out of here.'
'We got ourselves panicked into a horrible position in Melbourne where we were nailing the car's...
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