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Old 01-31-2013, 10:16 AM   #106
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the German motor press spin....

The new McLaren MP4-28 is an evolution with a few revolutions. Engineers speak of calculated risk. Jenson Button and Sergio Perez are good things to be able to go this year for the title. We have the first pictures.

At the beginning of the launch of the new MP4 -28 was a movie. Was telling a fictional story from the past. Company founder Bruce McLaren talked about his life and his death on 2 June 1970 in Goodwood. The four-time Grand Prix winner, who died while testing his CanAm car packed, his much too short career in the message: "Never be satisfied with what you have." That should be the motto of his heirs. The racing team is the New Zealander on 2 September this year, 50 years old.
Show with McLaren Icons Part two of the McLaren anniversary show told the story of the team based on real cars. The milestones of McLaren pulled up at the factory in Woking. They came through the entrance on the banks of the artificial lake moved up and were then placed in the foyer at the veiled McLaren MP4-28 passing in a provisional starting grid.
M8D McLaren ahead of those in which Bruce McLaren was killed. Then the McLaren M23, with Emerson Fittipaldi and James Hunt won the first two World Cup titles for the team. Followed by the legendary McLaren MP 4 -4 from 1988, who was victorious in 15 of the 16 Grand Prix, the first road car from McLaren, the 13 MP4, of Mika Hakkinen was 1998 World Champion and the MP4-23 in 2008, in which Lewis Hamilton won the last World Cup to Woking.

At the very end Jenson Button and Sergio Perez came in two current road racers - the MP4-12C Spider and the super sports P1 - rolled into the lobby.
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