PhillipM wrote: ↑
Wed May 09, 2018 1:20 pm
Well, they have a bit of a point, in that people are hyping this way up past what Mclaren ever actually said.
Well, it's the car they should have started 2018 with, so it isn't that strange that everyone is expecting a big jump. If you compare the pace from the last races of 2017 to now, there is almost no improvement. McLaren no longer wants to overpromise, so we'll just have to wait and see. Just look at all the parts that have been listed, this is more a b-spec than a regular update.