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Why McLaren's development is 18 months behind schedule

Article To news overview © XPBimages McLaren Technical Director James Key says the pandemic has put his team 18 months behind their development curve. Key and Team Principal Andreas Seidl joined McLaren at the beginning of 2019 as the team embarked on a restructuring after an underwhelming few years that included an ill-fated engine partnership with Honda. McLaren's fortunes gradually improved from 2018 onwards, as the team's points tally increased year-on-year, ultimately scoring their first Grand Prix win since 2012 with Daniel Ricciardo's victory in the 2021 Italian Grand Prix. But the team slipped back in 2022, scoring only 159 points to 275 in 2021, and falling behind Alpine in the...
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