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McLaren: Without FRIC our car still feels really good

Jenson Button With track temperatures reaching a scorching 58deg this afternoon, the team’s main focus during Friday’s two practice sessions was on how to best manage the tyres in the sweltering temperatures. Additionally, Kevin ran an innovative new rear-wing solution – which featured unique ‘crinkle-cut’ edges to its elements. The day also saw the debut of Jenson’s new race engineer, former Olympian Tom Stallard. The high temperatures presented plenty of issues for everyone – but the team has gathered enough solid data to make some effective changes ahead of tomorrow’s final practice and qualifying sessions. Jenson Button, MP4-29-03 FP1         1m19.833s...
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