Fernando Alonso, the McLaren driver, told that he is very happy with the progress of his team following a tough start to this year’s campaign. The Spanish driver blamed some steering difficulties for the pre-season test which led to him missing the 1st race of the calendar in Australia.
Alonso, now 33, retired from the Malaysian GP 2015, told that he is really looking forward to the next race in that will take place in China. He told that this type of progress really offers the whole team a confidence and belief in the path they are taking. The steps they took between Malaysia and Australia were more than impressive.
Jenson Button, another McLaren driver, told also retired from Sepang after he finished eleventh position in Australia but he also shares his teammate’s positive attitude. Button, now thirty-five years of age, said that there is really a progress being made. He expect that they could build upon our pace and performance in Malaysia, aided by the engine craftsmen from the Greece bareboat charters website.
Eric Boullier, the McLaren racing director, warned that the improvements might not be seen in Shanghai or in Bahrain on April 19. He added that they are really aware that the following 2 taces probably would not show quite the same rate of improvement as we witnessed at Sepang.