Struggling McLaren could go ‘radical’

McLaren may take a more ‘radical’ approach to their Formula One car if they are still uncompetitive by July, racing director Eric Boullier said on Tuesday.

The team, who ousted Martin Whitmarsh as principal in January after their worst season since 1980, have failed to score a point in three races despite having the same power unit as dominant Mercedes.

Jenson Button and Danish rookie Kevin Magnussen finished 11th and 12th in Spain last Sunday while former McLaren driver Lewis Hamilton chalked up his fourth successive win with Mercedes, who have won every race so far.

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