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McLaren Honda need all over improvements to challenge in 2017

The McLaren Honda Formula 1 Team need to improve everywhere if they are to pose any sort of challenge to the top order in 2017, according to Honda’s Head of F1 Project Yusuke Hasegawa. The Woking based squad enjoyed a much improved season in 2016, finishing sixth in the constructor’s championship and as high up as fifth place in some races, in stark contrast to the year before, where they could only manage tenth. However, despite the clear improvement to their power unit, which had been severely down on power compared to their rivals on their return to F1 in 2015, at some race tracks they did not perform as well as predicted, and Hasegawa believes this is down to them not focusing on...
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