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Token system causes problems at McLaren? "Everything has to happen this year"

In 2020, Racing Point, Renault, Ferrari and McLaren are all fighting in the constructor's championship, so every development counts and the details can make all the difference. At McLaren they are taking a different philosophy from the other teams for 2022, explains technical director James Key in conversation with Auto, Motor und Sport. "We do not align our development strategy with that of our opponents because we do not know it before the start of the season. There are three reasons for our own strategy. Firstly, we provide room to react to the test results in the winter test. Only then will you see the weaknesses," Key says. Read more Hamilton even surprised his own racing...
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