I was pleased to see when I watched the MP4-28 launch on Sky earlier they showed off some iconic cars from their 50 years and celebrated Bruce McLaren. They even started with the Can-Am M8 that took so many titles in the series for McLaren and Hulme and Bruce died in when testing the D variant.
Shame however Ron's Project Four Racing didn't recognise his contribution when they revealed the top 50 McLaren drivers of all time. I mean, they even had Philippe Alliot who only completed 21 laps for the team on the list. Let's hope they remember Bruce properly this time.
They did not have Bruce Mclaren in that list!?
edit - just checked, you are quite right. Shame on Mclaren picking and choosing when to use the real teams history. How oculd you overlook the teams founder in a top 50 drivers list. Not as if he was not a good driver, he finished 2nd in the Spainsh GP the month before he died.