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McLaren MP4/14

McLaren MP4/14
Category Formula One
Constructor McLaren
Designer(s) Adrian Newey, Neil Oatley
Predecessor MP4/13
Successor MP4/15
Technical specifications
Chassis Moulded carbon fibre/aluminium honeycomb composite structure.
Suspension (front) Double wishbones, pushrod-operated rockers.
Suspension (rear) Double wishbones, pushrod-operated rockers.
Engine Mercedes FO110H 72° V10, naturally aspirated, mid-mounted.
Transmission McLaren six-speed, sequential, semi-automatic.
Weight 600 kg (1,323 lb) (inc. driver.)
Fuel Mobil Unleaded
Tyres Bridgestone
Competition history
Notable entrants West McLaren Mercedes
Notable drivers 1. Mika Häkkinen
2. David Coulthard
Debut 1999 Australian Grand Prix
Races Wins Poles F.Laps
16 7 11 9
Drivers' Championships 1 (Häkkinen)

The McLaren MP4/14 was the 1999 racecar for the McLaren Formula One racing team. The chassis was used by Mika Häkkinen in winning the Drivers' Championship for the second time in a row, although the Constructors' Championship was won by Ferrari.

It was without doubt the fastest car of the season. Aerodynamics were even more advanced than the previous year's excellent MP4/13, while the Mercedes engine remained the most powerful on the grid. However serious reliability problems as well as errors by the drivers meant that the constructor's championship was won by Ferrari. [[File:David Coulthard 1999 Canada.jpg|thumb|left|David Coulthard driving the MP4/14 at the

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