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McLaren ‘Two Weeks Behind' with 2018 Car, says Boullier

The McLaren Formula 1 Team may have signed off on their divorce from Honda and announced Renault power from 2018 but the late decision has left the team 'two weeks' behind schedule when it comes to preparing for next season. The announcement of McLaren's split from Honda came after months of speculation and weeks of negotiations between both parties as well as Renault and Scuderia Toro Rosso, who will be using Honda power-units from 2018. Although the agreements were finalised later than McLaren racing director Eric Boullier would have liked, he says that the team are just two weeks behind in preparing their 2018 car, time he is confident they can make up. “Obviously it’s a...
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