McLaren finds interesting answers in the tests

Carlos Sainz, Lando Norris and Andrea Stella agree that they have compiled very useful information to continue developing the MCL34.


New front wing, bargeboards, engine cover, rear spoiler ... The significant progress that McLaren presented at the 2019 Spanish Grand Prix gives a certain license to qualify as a B version of the MCL34 driven by Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris at the Circuit Barcelona Catalunya .

Un development designed to improve the balance and performance of the car, that although it worked as expected by Woking engineers, whose revenue could not be used to the fullest by Sainz and Norris due to overheating of the rear tires that suffered the car in the third sector of Montmeló.

A mishap that has focused the worksheet of both McLaren official pilots in the first day of test post Grand Prix of Spain 2019. The Spanish and British agree that they have obtained additional information they need the technicians to the southeast of Britain to polish this dif icultad and face with greater guarantees the Grand Prix de Monaco 2019.

"It has been a day of positive tests for us, since we managed to complete all the program we had planned in the morning session. We reviewed some configuration elements that we had doubts about after the weekend, and found some interesting results to explain why we were not completely satisfied with our race classification and performance. We also validated some new aerodynamic parts that we brought here this Weekend. We have the information we need to take home. That will help us understand what we did well this weekend and what we should work for Monaco. In general, I'm happy with the work done, "says Carlos Sainz.

" It was a decent day, we have overcome everything we wanted to do today, so it has been positive. We confirmed some things from the weekend before we started the preparation of Monaco. We have not done a great number of laps this afternoon, but we have obtained everything we needed and we were able to learn a lot, "concludes Lando Norris.

This Wednesday, Sérgio Sette Câmara and Oliver Turvey will be in charge of completing the second day of test post Grand Prix of Spain 2019 aboard MCL34, in a very important test for both McLaren development pilots, since they must verify that there is Correct correlation of data between the Woking simulator and the track.



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