Stoffel Vandoorne is helping McLaren as they try to put the disappointments of last weekend behind them.
Vandoorne who was driving for the team in Bahrain on the second day of testing clocked 81 laps.
Vandoorne who was supposed to be starting the race on Sunday last weekend at the Sakhir circuit was plagued by technical problems with the team’s Honda engines.
Fernando Alonso, his fellow McLaren team mate was forced to pull out of the event shortly before it came to an end.
Alonso could not hide his disappointment at the lack of pace from his Honda engine throughout Sunday’s race before his retirement.
He is expected to head out for the Indianapolis 500 and is to be replaced by Jenson Button next month in Monaco.
On Tuesday, Oliver Turvey, McLaren’s test driver was only able to complete a handful of laps after a water leak made it impossible for him to continue. Continue reading STOFFEL VANDOORNE CLOCKS 81 LAPS IN BAHRAIN