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What this statement intimates is that McClaren have cocked up again and are having to do alot of modifications to get up to speed, all the talk about uncompromsing design and aggressive development mean nothing unless you get it right in the first place and McClaren don't do getting it right in the first place, they are always playing catchup. It's a big gamble starting with a new design Its either right or it's wrong and if it's wrong you're in trouble. Red Bulls evolution of their last year's car will be the car to beat and I forsee another runaway championship for Vettel with Alonso once again hard on his heals.