McLaren did register brief improvements in 2018, turning to Renault Sport customer power units after a disastrous second spell win Honda. 2019 brings a new driver line-up and the need to stop another slump.
McLaren have re-hired Pat Fry to the team as their engineering director as the team continue it’s restructure behind the scenes. He will start his role with immediate effect.
Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Chief Strategist James Vowles believes strategy will be important next year, as new tyre compounds lead to an increase in overtaking
Tim Goss says it was logical for McLaren to evolve parts of the MCL32 when designing the MCL33.
The creation of a chassis that could accommodate the halo has been challenging for the teams.
Tim Goss speaks about McLaren’s plan for their first car with Renault power.
The location of the Renault turbocharger gave McLaren packaging headaches, but these have already been rectified, according to technical director Tim Goss.
McLaren Technical Director Tim Goss says the new cars, and new tyres, will result in an increase in pit stops in 2018
McLaren chiefs have revealed they’re confident that new engine supplier Renault will provide an engine that is both powerful and reliable to compete with.