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How McLaren Creates a Level Playing Field for Every Car on the Formula 1 Grid

Something strange happened on the podium after the Japanese Grand Prix. As race winner Sebastian Vettel collected his sixth winner’s trophy in seven races, there was generous applause, cheering and some whistles of the supportive kind. The boo boys that have been a rather tiresome and frankly discourteous constant over the last few races were not there to sour Vettel’s fantastic achievement, and it was a refreshing change. The Japanese fans are a highly knowledgeable and appreciative bunch. They have grown to love Formula One racing since the Fuji Speedway first hosted the Japanese Grand Prix for the now legendary title-deciding finale between James Hunt and Niki Lauda in 1976. Honda owns the Suzuka circuit, and when the Japane...

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