Why Mercedes and McLaren are now rivals

The new-look McLaren F1 has a new engine, a new aerodynamic package and a new chassis to make its debut in 2018.

How will they stack up?

Here are the five key questions to answer…

The engine.

McLaren is not the only manufacturer with a new one, as the F1 engine was a completely different design for its debut.

But the engine’s new design is a key factor in its performance, and McLaren says it will have the best power output of any car in the F3 class.

The power to weight ratio is also higher, and the car will reach 100kph (62mph) in just 1.4 seconds, compared to the new Ferrari 458 It is powered by a twin-turbo V8 engine, which produces 2,800bhp (1,764lb ft) of torque, and 471lb ft of peak torque.

It also produces 550Nm of lateral g-force (lb ft), up from 425Nm, thanks to the use of carbon fibre.

The chassis.

The new McLaren F2 chassis will be more stable than its predecessor, but there is still the same carbon fibre monocoque that made it so stable.

The car is also heavier at 5.2kg (13.4lb), which McLaren says makes it “the lightest of the new F1 cars”.

Its rear wing and the new steering wheel are also lighter, with the steering wheel weighing in at 593g, down from 635g.

It is rated at just over 17kW (13hp), which is the same as the Ferrari 458It has also got a carbon-fibre nose, rear wing, rear diffuser and rear wing-mounted suspension.

The wheels have been updated with Michelin Pilot Super Sport tyres, which are rated at the higher level than those used in the old McLaren.

The front wing is also slightly longer than in the 458 It will have a total of six different bodywork options, with different winglets and diffuser inserts.

It will also have a rear wing that is the most aerodynamically efficient on the grid.

The tyres.

The old tyres have been replaced by the new ones, and will come with a wider range of compound compounds, such as Pirelli P Zero and Michelin Primacy Pro.

The same tyres also make up the front wing, and there are now five different compounds, including Pirellis P Zero, Pirella P, P V, P P and P V Super.

They are rated for a top speed of 200mph (330km/h), which will be up from 185mph (217km/g).

The new tyres will be the same in terms of tread depth as the old ones, which will increase the amount of contact area on the track.

The suspension.

McLaren says that the suspension has been significantly upgraded for 2018, with its new Michelin-Pirelli monocoques, carbon-ceramic front and rear diffusers and a pair of new brake calipers.

There are also three different dampers, one for the front, one in the back and one for each wheel.

The brake caliper is also significantly lighter than before, weighing just 10g.

There is also a new Brembo monocoamp brake system.

There will be new brake rotors and rotors in all four corners, which is something McLaren says will make it easier to control the car.

The tyre.

The carbon-coated tyres are rated to produce an average speed of just under 180mph (240km/p) in dry conditions.

The 2017 version will be rated to a top speeds of 195mph (250km/t), which means it will take a good 20 minutes to reach the top speed.

It has a maximum speed of 155mph (209km/l) in wet conditions.

It can also go as high as 190mph (230km/r).

The engine and the chassis are both made of carbon fibres, but the new one is a much lighter one, and it can produce power at lower speeds.

It uses a turbocharged V8, which delivers 471bhp at 7,500rpm, up from 490bhp in the 2017 model.

The engine is also lighter at 5,300kg (14,800lb), compared to 5,800kg (15,400lb) for the 2017 car.

It produces 600Nm (1.2 lb-ft) of lateral force, up by 200Nm from the 2017 version.

The air restrictor system is now lighter, too, which allows for a higher air pressure.

The transmission.

The 2018 McLaren F3 is the first McLaren F-Type to be powered by an electric motor.

This will be replaced by a five-speed automatic gearbox, which gives the car the most powerful gear ratio of any F-type car.

Power is transferred to the rear wheels through a dual-clutch automatic transmission. In its new