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Breaking Down McLaren’s Performance at 2014 Jerez Preseason Test

After enduring their worst season in 30 years of a distinguished history in Formula One, there was much hype surrounding the launch of the new McLaren MP4-29. But unlike the glamorous razzmatazz that came with last year and seasons before, McLaren played down expectations with a subdued online launch. The team must have thought it a wise decision, then, when Jenson Button was forced to sit out the entire of the opening day’s Jerez testing with electronic and hydraulic related issues. Having worked to rectify the problem overnight, Button was again in the driving seat for the second day of testing, nominated as a wet weather test day by Pirelli. This time, there was no repeat of the problems that dogged Tuesday’s running and Butt...

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