Seidl: Outdated F1 infrastructure still a huge McLaren weakness

The Woking-based outfit is coming off the back of an impressive third place in the constructors’ championship this year, having finished best of the rest behind Mercedes and Red Bull.Although it would love the chance to do even better in 2021, team principal Andreas Seidl says he is staying realistic about its prospects.The team has long been open that it needs a new windtunnel …Keep reading
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