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Zak Brown: McLaren "on the road to recovery"

McLaren's CEO Zak Brown is confident the team are "on the road to recovery" during the current winter break. The 2018 season failed to end the chapter of disappointing results for the Woking-based team, but Brown believes development and team cohesion are on track. Without the Honda engine, McLaren expected to shoot straight back up the constructor's championship, but this wasn't to be with a terminal problem inside the car. The positive vibes are back inside the camp, however, and Brown sheds light on what's happening. “I think we’re now on the road to recovery as I tell the men and women at McLaren, it’s going to feel good before it looks good,” he said...
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