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London — McLaren say closing the yawning gap to Formula One champions Mercedes is their main aim for the season after finishing third in 2020.

Mercedes won 13 of the 17 races last season, and have taken both titles for the past seven years, while once-dominant McLaren have not won a race since 2012. The Woking-based team are using Mercedes engines in 2021, however, after three seasons with Renault and three before that with Honda — that one a failed partnership that plumbed the depths...

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