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Can McLaren find half a second by Malaysia?

We’ve talked about the speed of in-season development and how the teams really put it in high gear once they get back to Europe. We’ve also talked about how expensive that development war is and how teams that are less funded really struggle to keep up with the pace of development. We have also mentioned how hard it is to gain big chunks of time on the competition but and interesting story from AUTOSPORT’s Mr. Noble today sheds some light on how aggressive McLaren are about their Malaysian Grand Prix upgrade scheme. In the past, the regulations have been relatively static and to find .500 or even .100 of a second on the competition was very difficult to do. In Malaysia, McLaren CEO...
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