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@roundiniho - well, as Phil Hill once said, at the end of every race you have only one winner and a whole lot of losers! This is the Red Bull era, as we had the Ferrari era, the Williams era, Lotus, etc. You just have to hand it to them, amazing consistency over 4 years (nearly 5 if you include the 2nd half of 2009).
You're right, serious questions do need to be asked at McLaren, as to who's right to take the team forward. I just wonder where Paddy Lowe was in all of this. You take the fastest car at the end of last season, regulations stay the same, one year only til major engine change, and you go for a radical re-design?!? Madness! I only hope that what they've been through this year really does translate into an advantage next year, as Jenson hopes!