McLaren wants better high/low speed balance with 2022 F1 car

McLaren enjoyed a solid 2021 season, capped off by a stunning 1-2 victory for Daniel Ricciardo and Lando Norris in the Italian Grand Prix.Nevertheless, the Woking team couldn't hang on to its third spot in the constructors' championship, which it took in 2020, and had to settle for fourth after a season-long fight with Ferrari.McLaren's MCL35 car particularly excelled on high-speed tracks ...Keep reading