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Malaysia GP: Practice notes - McLaren

After the excitement and intensity of Melbourne, the Formula 1 circus rolls into Malaysia, where the tropical climate and searing temperatures will push the new-generation cars far closer to the limit than the Australian season-opener.The morning's session focused on correlating the performance of several new components - including a distinctive new nose-box - with the figures indicated by aero research back at MTC. During the morning session, Kevin suffered a brief setback when a sensor on his power unit detected overheating and switched the engine into 'limp-home' mode. Although he only made it into the pitlane, the marshals and mechanics pushed him back to the garage, where he was...
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