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Update provided over Mercedes engines after reliability issues

Article To news overview © McLaren F1 McLaren CEO Zak Brown has explained that conversations with engine supplier Mercedes have reassured him that the manufacturer's power units should be much more reliable than towards the end of 2021. While Mercedes have been the benchmark of power and reliability throughout the hybrid era, the ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) proved problematic during 2021 and resulted in numerous grid penalties for Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton. Oddly, the problems appeared to affect the factory team more than their customer teams, but Brown is still happy that the initial reports from Brixworth (Mercedes' power unit facility in the UK) are reassuring....
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