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McLaren-Honda needs answer for test boost - Vandoorne

McLaren-Honda needs answer for test boost - Vandoorne

After a difficult Bahrain Grand Prix weekend and restricted opening day of running in the in-season test, Vandoorne managed to set the fourth fastest time and complete 81 laps on the final day in what was McLaren's best outing of the year.The situation was slightly puzzling for the outfit because the engine was the same specification as the one that had hit trouble after two laps on ... Keep reading

Read 4 months ago, Motorsport.com, McLaren

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