McLaren fits radical T-wing concept

Although the Woking-based team is braced for a particularly tough weekend in Shanghai, with the circuit’s long straight to set to expose Honda’s horsepower deficit, the team is not holding back in trying to improve its chassis. A new rear wing is set to be trialled by Fernando Alonso on Saturday, while the team’s MCL32 was spotted with a version of its T-wing at the track on ... Keep reading