The tech concept changes behind McLaren's revival

The tech concept changes behind McLaren's revival

McLaren's journey back to respectability has included major management upheaval and a change of engine supplier, but also a new technical philosophy. This is how it used a Red Bull-inspired starting point and key development decisions to move forwards

It's taken a complete change to the management structure, an entirely new engine supplier and a clean-sheet approach to its driver line-up, but McLaren has finally been able to arrest its alarming slide down the Formula 1 pecking order.

After a quartet of particularly lean years following its break-up with Mercedes, McLaren is arguably back to where it was at the turn of the turbo-hybrid era.

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