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Seidl: Holding on to fourth 'best McLaren can do' in 2020

McLaren F1 principal Andreas Seidl is aiming to continue the team's resurgence in 2020, but rules out successfully breaking into the top three in the next few seasons. The once-mighty McLaren squad was last-but-one in the constructors championship at the end of 2017, following a troubled engine partnership with Japanese manufacturer Honda. But after turning to Renault power units in 2018 the team quickly rebounded, and last season was 'best of the rest' in 2019 behind the three powerhouse teams of Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull. Seidl said that that team wanted to do equally as well this season, but that while they would strive for improvements in all areas the gap to the top three was...
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