F1 » McLaren shifting focus to 2014 car


McLaren has conceded that, with its 2013 championship dreams long over, it is time to concentrate on ensuring it is competitive from the start of 2014.

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thelogicalview

June 30, 2013 3:49 PM

Makes sense as this year's car is beyond bothering with any more, however they will need to produce a car much better than they have for some time and I doubt that they have the ability to do that. They have fallen away from Redbull, Mercedes, Ferrari and Lotus and are now behind Force India. Perhaps what is needed is some new people and a different way of doing things, it's not helped by having Button as No1 driver but since I can't imagine that any top driver would want to drive for them they are probably stuck with what they have got until he goes.

JohnMarston

July 01, 2013 4:03 AM

Button is a good driver. But I think they are really missing a driver like Hamilton who has the natural ability to get every little bit of speed out of a car, even if it's not 'balanced' like we so often hear Button say during a GP weekend.

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