McLaren could fit a Lotus-style 'double pronged' nose solution to its 2014 car at this weekend's Spanish grand prix.
After a notable dip in form for the Woking based team, France's AFP news agency reports that bosses Eric Boullier and Jonathan Neale have recently overseen a raft of new signings.
Dan Fallows' aborted move from world champions Red Bull is now the subject of a legal dispute, but Peter Prodromou is definitely joining in 2015.
And AFP claims other prominent F1 aerodynamicists - Sauber's Tony Salter and Lotus' Guillaume Cattelani - have also been signed by McLaren.
"McLaren is composed of brilliant individuals, they have been winning many races and have been fighting for...
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