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Whitmarsh has to tow the company line of course but the likelyhood of this year's Mclaren becoming a winning car is remote. The upgrades did'nt work and we're now well into the season and neither driver or team have a hope of the championship. The best they can resonably hope for is that they improve enough to qualify in the top eight, anything more is unlikely given the speed of development and the fact that Redbull, Ferrari, Lotus and Mercedes are doing a far better job. In addition they will have to concentrate on next year's car sooner rather then later because they can not afford another disaster next season. Either way Whitmarsh is likely to be gone by next season so he won't have to worry about it anymore.