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On a different note, the situation re the engine cycles at mclaren has changed now after he Korean GP, as I said on another page mclaren used engine 8 in both cars in Japan first and not in korea so now Lulu’s engine 8 done two races while Button’s engine 8 done only one race, the end result re the remaining four races is now, Button has the use of four engines which already done one race while Lulu has three engines left which already done one race, out of the above availability of engines for both drivers engine 6 which was raced in Belgium will only be considered as a last resort as the Belgian race is regarded as a sternest test of an F1 engine with 70 percent of the lap at full throttle and a 23.5 seconds of constant full throttle.