The crisis deepens at McLaren-Honda

The crisis deepens at McLaren-Honda

Another day of Formula 1 testing, and another tale of woe for McLaren and its engine partner Honda. How have things got so bad - and can it turn this around?

After McLaren-Honda's troubled start to pre-season testing, this was supposed to be a chance to begin anew - wipe last week's slate clean, show Formula 1 that this alliance means business.

To start with, things looked to be going reasonably well. Stoffel Vandoorne was out on track on Tuesday morning, logging laps - 34 of them to be precise. This was undoubtedly a much better start compared to last week, when McLaren took all of day one to rack up 29 tours of the Barcelona circuit.

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