McLaren's Mercedes V10 power, and the brilliance of former Williams aerodynamicist Adrian Newey helped the team realize every ounce of the car's potential. McLaren may have some way to go before returning to their 1988 glory days, but as they swept the board race after race at the start of the 1998 season, the other teams must have felt a similar frustration. Learn what Newey, architect of so many years of Williams domination, brought to the team, why Ron Dennis turned down Damon Hill for 1998, and how McLaren handled team orders in the fight for the 1998 title.
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Alan Henry is one of the most respected F1 journalists, and has built up good relationships with most of the sport’s leading personalities over the years. He is currently Grand Prix Editor for Autocar and regular Formula 1 columnist for The Guardian. His numerous books include a good number over the years for Haynes, including Jenson Button: A World Champion's Story and co-authorship of Stirling Moss: All My Races.
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