McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl says performing at tracks which do not suit them, perhaps like the Hungaroring, is vital to their season.
The Woking outfit head into the Hungarian Grand Prix holding P3 in the Constructors’ Championship, although a much-improved Ferrari continue to hound them, 15 points behind.
Their next battle ground will be the Hungaroring, a track often termed ‘Monaco without the walls’.
So, considering their performance levels in Monaco this year, this is a track which in theory should suit both Ferrari and McLaren.
But Carlos Sainz has already argued this may not be the case for Ferrari, due to the high-downforce cars turning Hungary into a faster lap, and now Seidl has expressed some doubts over McLaren’s suitability for this track.