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Chinese GP: Preview - McLaren

First race: 2004What makes it special: The mighty architecture, the longest straight in F1, and the passing into the Turn 14 hairpinWins from pole position: 5Track abrasiveness: Medium. The track is relatively smooth, but the long corners make it demanding on tyres - particularly the front-leftPirelli tyre choice: Soft (Option)/Medium (Prime)2013 winning strategy: 3Fuel consumption: Medium. The flowing nature of the racetrack makes fuel less of a strategic factor than in Bahrain, for exampleBrakewear: Medium. There are a couple of big stops, particularly into Turn 14, but the brakes have plenty of time to recoverWeather: Mixed. Nearly half of the Chinese GPs to date have been affected by...
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