After McLaren's roaring start at the beginning of the 1998 Formula 1 season, most F1 pundits declared the team, particularly driver Mika Hakkinen, unbeatable.
This all-color look at one of the most famous team names in all of motorsports examines McLaren's 50-race drought leading up to 1997, the role that former Williams aerodynamicist Adrian Newey has played in the teams 1998 success, and why team boss Ron Dennis turned down former World Champion Damon Hill in favor of existing drivers Hakkinen and David Coulthard.
The book also offers a retrospective of the teams glory days, when drivers Niki Lauda, Ayrton Senna, and Alain Prost won seven World Championships among them.
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