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I see McLaren is still at the service of One Fernando Alonso. Zak Brown or whoever made the decision to get Alonso back in the car is a Joke.
I presume McLaren can make money from this as I can't think of any other reason to associate with Alsonso.
Time for McLaren to cut their ties with Alonso once and for all.
It is only testing but it can't be denied that the McLaren is in the best form for years.Once again this UNDENIABLE pattern continues of the team/power unit thriving once Alonso leaves.It is now clear that Alonso's constant tantrums pressures everyone into mistakes & rushing things to appease him resulting in poor reliability and performance.Cue the sycophants to deny the obvious.
Fernando is a very talented driver and did not fulfil his potential maybe because he's not an ideal team player. But I think 37 is old for an F1 seat, even Lewis at 34 is approaching the limit of what requires youthful responses.
Makes sense really. Many companies appoint non-executive directors to their boards to gain experience from people with proven records and this arrangement with Alonso seems to be very similar. Anyway, McClaren needs all the help it can get to get back to being competitive so if this collaboration works out then F1 will be all the better for it, so good luck to them.
Wonder how many times he says , MORE POWER
McLaren's ultra high,front suspension wishbone design and minimalist front aero package is reminding me of 1988 when they began with the Honda engines.The Renault Engine is mounted higher than the Renault's and that could prove to be a fundamental design winning concept that only one other team is attempting, Williams.Could be an interesting season. McLaren are sand-bagging, and hiding it well.
Glad to see Fernando still involved in F1 in any manner.
@52 paul msLorry MAte you finded this importent enuugh to post a cumment on dont be sorry you have a point i voted me down too do ypu actually have an opinion on the current status of f1
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