Dodgy Business: A team feeling the heat
As F1's media arrived in Bahrain they found themselves welcomed in to a new and more friendly McLaren brand centre, Tony Dodgins tells the story and looks at the reasons why
The normal start to a Friday morning, especially a Bahrain Friday morning, the track liberally sprinkled with desert sand. Just the single installation lap and then everyone sits there, helmets on, waiting for someone else to be track cleaner.
The BlackBerry bleeped and the message was from McLaren's communications chief.
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