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The new McLaren: Is it legal?

Sky Sports F1's Ted Kravitz has explained the bubbling controversy that is surrounding the rear suspension design on McLaren's new car. The design, which features 'fat' wishbones, was noted almost as soon as the MP4-29 took to the Jerez track for the first time during pre-season testing on Wednesday. On Sky Sports Jerez Testing 2014 Day Four February 1, 2014 10:15pm Remote Record Get a Sky Sports Day Pass Upgrade to Sky Sports With rear 'beam' wings outlawed by the FIA this season, McLaren's intention seems to be one of using the wishbones to help recover some of the downforce loss at the rear of the car by working its diffuser harder. During his Notebook on Friday, Ted pointed out a kink...
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