McLaren are considering a 'radical' approach to its 2014 Formula One car if they don't show a marked improvement by the time the British Grand Prix starts in the beginning of July.
After starting the season with a double podium finish, the Woking team has struggled for pace since the season-opener in Australia and Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen have failed to score any points in the last three races.
While McLaren are hopeful that the downforce improvements that have already been produced by the factory will supplement the MP4-29, Racing Director Eric Boullier believes the British GP will be something of a watershed race for them.
"We have put everything in place," Boullier...
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