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McLaren unlocks the secrets of latest success

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Aug.15 – Former F1 tyre supplier Bridgestone’s chief engineer unlocks top secret of McLaren’s latest achievement, it’s published by German Auto magazine Auto Motor und Sport, The McLaren’s duo Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button showed fantastic racing victory at Germany and Hungary [last two races], the McLaren’s latest performance demoted championship leader Red Bull’s domination.

Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel still hold on championship position further on of the Belgian GP, Vettel 88 points in advance of Lewis Hamilton and 100 ahead of Jenson Button, previous race winner at Hungary.

Former Bridgestone F1 tyre chief engineer Hiroshi Imai, is now working at McLaren on release the secrets of the heavily degrading Pirellis. He seems to have made a breakthrough,” said Auto Motor und Sport, revealing that McLaren has worked to better cool the brakes so that the heat is not transferred to the tyres.

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