To shuffle it up, McLaren F1 has reorder their engineering team to make sure Lewis and Jenson Button are given equivalent grade. Because
However, Jenson’s question reveals his worry at having a team-mate who has been part of the McLaren family since he was 12.The employment unexpected result sees Phil Prew,
McLaren team Managing Director Jonathan Neale, told: When Jenson visited our base, one of the questions he asked was, ‘Is this Lewis’ team?’. The replay was, ‘Yes, of course it’s Lewis’ team, as it was Heikki Kovalainen’s team, Fernando Alonso’s, Juan Pablo Montoya’s and Kimi Raikkonen’s. And it will be your team as well.’
Is this Lewis’s team to the keeping out of any other high-performance driver? Absolutely Not.” At McLaren, we love winning drivers and we desire to go about telling the world that story. Referring to the reasoning at the back the reorder, Neale replied: We want to construct an engineering team about Button in precisely the same way we did with Lewis back in 2007.
We’re giving both a new engineering team, with Phil as the overpass between them.
It ensures greater parity between the drivers but it’s primarily to ensure there is total transfer in the learning of set-up growth.