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2014 car a laboratory for next year Boullier

McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says the team is using the 2014 car as “a laboratory” for next year's Honda-powered design. Honda will return to F1 with as an engine supplier to McLaren in 2015 as the team switches from its current Mercedes power unit. Despite such a change under the bodywork, Boullier says it doesn't require a complete redesign of the car to incorporate a new engine and a lot of work that the team is doing this year will be carrying over on to next season's car. “If you remember the regulation the pick-up points are the same for the chassis and the gearbox actually,” Boullier said. “So we are developing the car and we are going to keep developing the car...
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