After an impressive year of rejuvenation, McLaren have a significant task on their hands.
They must not only maintain their glittering 2019 form, but take the fight to Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.
After three disappointing seasons with Honda engines, the Woking outfit took a giant step forward in their second campaign powered by Renault in 2019. They finished fourth in the constructors’ standings, some way behind the big three but comfortably ahead of Renault and Toro Rosso.
It showed positive strides, nevertheless, as McLaren climbed from ninth and sixth in the previous two seasons, maintaining their upward trajectory this