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McLaren MCL34 will be "a good car" - Brown

McLaren CEO Zak Brown has insisted that the team's 2019 car will be more competitive than those in recent memory. McLaren has been fighting in the lower end of the field in Formula One since the beginning of the hybrid era in 2014. Hopes are high for 2019 with new appointments at the team in senior positions, most recently former Porsche World Endurance Championship boss Andreas Seidl. With the arrival of James Key Toro Rosso from also expected shortly, 2019 could be the start of a resurgence for McLaren. Speaking at the Autosport International show, Brown relayed the positivity the team had ahead of the 2019 season and testing next month. "We're anticipating a good car. The...
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