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McLaren launch pics

Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton have unveiled McLaren's 2010 F1 contender - see it here.....
McLaren became the second team to unveil its definitive 2010 F1 title challenger when world champions Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton took the covers off the MP4-25 at Vodafone headquarters in Newbury.

The car has undergone a radical aerodynamic overhaul, as well as having to incorporate other design changes to meet the 2010 regulations - and the outcome may not be to everyone's asthetic tastes!

Make you own mind up by checking out pictures from the launch Click Here



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