McLaren‘s current car is a rolling laboratory and preparing the groundwork for the 2015 return of works Honda era for the under-performing team
That is the revelation by team boss Eric Boullier, who arrived at Woking this year and is overseeing the British grandee's struggle to even stay in the top five constructors in 2014.
This season is the last in McLaren's long and successful partnership with Mercedes, even though the relationship is no more than a mere customer pairing in 2014.
McLaren lies behind its usual top-team protagonists at the mid-season point, but also behind Mercedes' other customers Williams and Force India.
Ron Dennis with Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost...
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