Eric Boullier believes McLaren can learn a lot for next season by using this year's car on a "laboratory" on wheels.
This season McLaren have once again under-performed despite starting the Championship with a double podium finish in Australia.
Since then, the team's best results have been two fourth placed finishes leaving them down in sixth place in the Constructors' Championship.
But despite their woes, Racing Director says there is still a lot to be learned from this season as the team prepares to swap to Honda power in 2015.
"If you remember the regulations (for 2015), the pick-up points are the same for the chassis and the gearbox," he said.
"So we are...
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