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McLaren cannot win unless F1 changes – Seidl

Andreas Seidl says McLaren cannot return to title-winning form unless Formula 1 changes. The German, who arrives from Porsche's Le Mans programme to be the new McLaren team boss, was last in F1 a decade ago with BMW. He told France's Auto Hebdo that his first job is to maximise McLaren's current potential. 'We may not have the budget of the three big teams, but it is substantial,' said Seidl. 'As an organisation, we are not at the level that we should be.' He said the big change he has noticed since working for BMW in 2009 is that Formula 1 budgets have 'exploded' since then. 'I have kept watching F1 as a fan and I think it has not lost anything,' said Seidl. 'It's still an incredible...
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