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Slideshow: Inside McLaren's Formula 1 Racing Tech Center

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4/30/2013 04:01 AM EDT
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rick merritt
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Cool cars
rick merritt   8/29/2013 7:53:20 PM
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Nice ride!

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Prathap Chandra   5/7/2013 12:11:41 PM
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i would love to work in their circuit design division Grace!

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docdivakar   5/3/2013 5:19:44 PM
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I love the campus! Seems like a cool place to work. MP Divakar

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Monkey_noise   5/3/2013 8:40:33 AM
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Those were my thoughts as well when I read 'Championship winning cars.....Jenson Button and Perez'. And unfortunately, I can't see them winning this year either.

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GeeKv2   5/2/2013 9:44:42 AM
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Jenson Button and the team’s new driver, Sergio Perez never won the championship in a McLaren. Button won it in a Brawn and Perez hasnt won anything yet.

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chanj0   4/30/2013 5:35:07 PM
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The last slide is very interesting. I have learned that a race car requires quite a number of MCUs. What I didn't know is McLaren would have their own electronics and component manufacturing. Given so, I assume they have their R&D in control and algorithm development. A very interesting article! Thanks Anne-Francoise.

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