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Brown: Road to recovery for McLaren

After a disappointing season for McLaren, finishing 6th in the constructors' championship, the team's CEO Zak Brown has confirmed that the side are "on the road to recovery" as they look to bounce back for 2019. Brown is convinced that he can be the man to help McLaren get back to around the summit of the Formula One grid. "From my point of view the current situation of McLaren derives from a lack of consistency in leadership in recent years," Brown explained to El Mundo Deportivo. "I do not want to point to a specific manager, but I'd rather highlight a lack of attention on everything that was happening in F1." The downfall of McLaren became evident...
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