McLaren 2018 MCL33 Shoulder Louvre With Papaya Livery
Own a piece of McLaren heritage with this piece of bodywork, taken from a MCL33. This shoulder louvre belonged to one of the team’s 2018 competitors.
- Official McLaren F1 car part
- 2018 papaya liveries
- Shoulder louvre
- Taken from a MCL33
- Presented on plinth
- Dimensions: 490mmL x 170mmD X 85mmH (louvre without plinth)
The McLaren team consisted of two-time World Champion, Fernando Alonso and Stoffel Vandoorne in 2018. It was a challenging season for the team, nevertheless, the drivers pushed for good results, which helped the team finish in sixth place in the Constructors’ World Championship.
A shoulder louvre is used for ventilation and is a slatted panel used to help airflow move around the car and help keep the engine cool. It is so named a ‘shoulder’ louvre based on its positioning on the car – mounted on the shoulders of the engine. The slats or vents are angled to increase the speed of the airflow.
A crucial piece of bodywork, which is important in keeping the engine running at optimal temperatures, this shoulder louvre could be the next addition to your collection.
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