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McLaren almost on schedule for 2018 after late engine switch - Eric Boullier

McLaren are almost back on schedule for the upcoming season following a late decision to switch from Honda to Renault power for 2018 according to race director Eric Boullier. With Honda unable to deliver a competitive power unit during the three seasons together, McLaren were forced into cutting ties with the Japanese manufacturer and sourced a supply from Renault, but that wasn't confirmed until very late in the year. Boullier admits that has impacted their schedule by a couple of weeks, but they've worked hard to recover the lost time. 'Maybe we made the decision to change the engine manufacturer two weeks too late for our schedule – but these two weeks have almost...
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