F1 » McLaren to be diligent, but not overtly cautious

McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale has said the Woking-based outfit won't take an 'overtly cautious approach' to the United States Grand Prix this weekend.

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oldtimer - Unregistered

November 16, 2012 4:53 PM

Not sure what this comment is supposed to mean given that their aim like evry team is to win the race. Perhaps they would be better off talking less and sorting out all the problems that they have had this season. They have lost their best chance of winning next year with LH leaving and are left with Button who with the best will in the world is never going to get near to another championship and Perez who we don't really know about until we see him in a better team. The real problem is that McClaren don't ever have the best car to start with so they are always fighting a rearguard action and firefighting throughout the season. RedBull and Ferrari have shown that it is possible to start with less than the best car and develop it so why can't McClaren? Perhaps they need to get Adrien Newry back but that is never likely to happen.

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