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McLaren MP4-29 passes FIA crash tests

McLaren MP4-29 passes FIA crash tests 21 January, 2014 McLaren have confirmed that their new 2014 car, designated MP4-29, has passed the official FIA Formula 1 crash tests. On Twitter the team announced, 'Confirmed: MP4-29 has passed all its FIA crash tests.' The team which grabbed headlines this past week with Ron Dennis returning to the helm as CEO, after ousting Martin Whitmarsh from the position. Under Whitmarsh's leadership the Woking based outfit had not only failed to secure a title sponsor ahead of the new season, they had also failed the mandatory FIA crash tests, which delayed the build of the new car. The new car will be unveiled online on Friday, 24 January, but it is uncertain...
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