THE McLAREN MCL34 UNCOVERED
McLaren Racing has today unveiled its new McLaren MCL34 challenger for the 2019 season
Powered by a Renault E-Tech 19 engine, the MCL34 livery continues to sport the iconic McLaren papaya orange, echoing the colour chosen by Bruce McLaren for the team’s first Formula 1 Grand Prix entry in 1966. This year’s scheme is a progression from 2018, featuring a complementary blue that nods to the team’s broader racing heritage.
Over a productive commercial pre-season, the team has continued to strengthen its partner portfolio, with the addition of three new brands forming a 30-strong roster.
This season Mclaren also present for the its first all-new Formula 1 driver line-up in 12 years, as Carlos Sainz and Lando Norris
“The MCL34 is the result of an immense amount of hard work and dedication throughout our team. We’re all committed, motivated and united in our ambition to return McLaren to competitiveness, and the MCL34 is only the start of this process." Zak Brown, CEO, McLaren Racing
The MCL34 will make its on-track debut during pre-season testing at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya in Spain (18-21 February & 26 February - 1 March). Carlos and Lando will share the driving duties across both tests