Nothing yet, but doubt they would release anything before the car launch.JoeE wrote:Anyone who are current club "team members", have you got any sneaky emails on the 2015 clothing.
I guess the one JB was wearing at launch would be getting some type of freshness added
The last line in the articlealeks_ader wrote:Fact? Source?WilliamsF1 wrote:Impressive fact
30 dynamometers running at Sakura
I want to see Alonso vs Hamilton in different teams with equal machinery (kinda like McLaren/Ferrari 2000) in a straight-up dog-fight for the title.ringo wrote:Very bullish.. and i was a Honda doubter, but now they have my attention. Mclaren domination once again, or a year long cage match between Mercedes and Mclaren?
This! I couldn't agree more. To see HAM vs ALO, the two best drivers on the grid, with equal machinery but different teams would be great. I expect Honda to surprise many with their PU. I find it difficult to believe McLaren will be level with Mercedes in Melbourne, but I do believe they can be closer than anyone else with the potential to be level with them before the end of the season.Kingshark wrote: I want to see Alonso vs Hamilton in different teams with equal machinery (kinda like McLaren/Ferrari 2000) in a straight-up dog-fight for the title.
the restructuring he has overseen ? what i want ? did somebody fire ron dennis while I wasn't looking , or did HE appoint bouillier team principal ?mclaren_mircea wrote:Boullier said today for Autosport that more people are coming at Mclaren during the winter: "Boullier said the restructuring he has overseen since joining McLaren from Lotus is now complete, but he revealed the strengthening of the technical team would continue over the winter with more appointments. "What I want is a very strong re-grouped team, all clicking together, and then we will have strong foundations for McLaren for the next 10 years," Boullier added.
"That is why we will have some very senior people joining us, but also more 'junior' people, who have been nurtured in the shadows of some of the bigger names [in the sport]"