FIA F1 Barcelona February TESTING II – McLaren-Renault F1 Team (Test Day 26.02.20)

Since entering the sport in 1966 under the guidance and restless endeavour of eponymous founder Bruce, McLaren’s success has been nothing short of breathtaking.

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Five glittering decades have yielded countless victories, pole positions and podiums, not to mention eight constructors’ championships. What’s more, some of the sport’s greatest drivers made their names with the team, including Emerson Fittipaldi, Ayrton Senna, Mika Hakkinen and Lewis Hamilton…

Full Team NameMcLaren F1 Team
BaseWoking, United Kingdom
Team ChiefAndreas Seidl
Technical ChiefJames Key
ChassisMCL35
Power UnitRenault
First Team Entry1966
World Championships8
Highest Race Finish1 (x182)
Pole Positions155
Fastest Laps155

2019

With the Renault partnership starting to gel, and rookie star Lando Norris pushing the experienced Carlos Sainz hard, re-establish themselves as clear ‘best of the rest’ behind the big three teams. Third place in Brazil marks their first podium in five years.

2018

A move to Renault power brings instant improvement and 40 points from the first five races. But that form proves hard to sustain and, despite some battling drives from Fernando Alonso, the remaining 16 Grands Prix bring just 10 more, leaving the team sixth in the final standings.

2017

A third disappointing season with Honda engines proves to be the final straw for the revived partnership, prompting a switch to Renault power for 2018. Just 30 points are scored by Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne, despite a seemingly excellent chassis – one which helps Alonso to the fastest lap of the race in Hungary.

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