Great news from McLaren with Zak Brown saying their financial problems have been “solved” with an announcement coming before the week is out. Earlier this month reports emerged claiming that McLaren was looking to sell a minority stake in its Formula 1 team to raise much needed capital. Days later
McLaren’s MCL35 may have a few “obvious” weaknesses but Lando Norris is hoping the team can resolve some of those before taking to the track in Melbourne. Norris spent three days testing the new McLaren at the Circuit de Catalunya in pre-season testing, his team-mate Carlos Sainz also in action.
McLaren revealed its 2020 Formula 1 World Championship challenger, the Renault-powered MCL35, at its MTC factory in Woking. Is this the car that can break into Formula 1’s big three? Check it out from all the angles by clicking on the arrows above to scroll through the images… Related video
One area of Formula 1 design where teams push the limits further every year is at the rear of the car, where the ‘coke bottle’ shape is vital to the aerodynamics. But where did this quest for getting air flowing between the bodywork and the rear wheels begin? Jake Boxall-Legge
There’s added incentive to sign for the new McLaren IndyCar team as it could include a Formula 1 test or two. Having twice gone for the Indianapolis 500 title with Fernando Alonso in the past three years, McLaren will contest a full IndyCar season next year. The team has partnered
On the face of it, McLaren’s failure to qualify for the Indy 500 seems quite simple. The car wasn’t fast enough, a puncture spoiled perhaps the best chance to make it, and Alonso’s practice crash cost valuable track time. However, according to a revealing report by the Associated Press, the