The reason behind McLaren’s copious amounts of breakdowns, a website being made in honour of their unreliability, Alonso’s spat with Honda¬†and much more drama has been revealed.

According to the Woking-based team, the breakdowns of the engines can be attributed to unexpected vibrations in the engine. This is leading to parts within the MCL32 being knocked out of place, and leading to the common sight of a McLaren stopped on the side of the track.

McLaren Breakdown
Fan vision of the MCL32 stopped on track.

Honda have previously come out and said that it was hard for them to find the fault with their engines, but have now discovered what they believe to be the biggest issue. Now that the problem has been identified, maybe they will be able to survive a race distance by the time we get to Melbourne for the Australian Grand Prix…