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Why McLaren should stick with Honda power

As rumours link McLaren to a return to Mercedes power, and fans urge them to throw away the Honda engine, there is only one question McLaren bosses should ask themselves: do they want race wins or do they want World titles? The start of McLaren's third season with Honda power could not have begun on a worse note. Following a pre-season in which they covered less laps than they had during the same period 12 months prior, Fernando Alonso failed to see the finish line at the Australian Grand Prix while Stoffel Vandoorne was last of the classified runners. That, however, doesn't tell the full story. Alonso, on the back of an incredible P13 in qualifying, which became a P12 on the grid because...
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