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McLaren still undecided on 2018 Indy 500 run

McLaren executive director Zak Brown expects to see the company return and race at the Indianapolis 500, but there's no guarantee it will take place in 2018. With two-time Formula 1 world champion Fernando Alonso at the controls, the McLaren-Honda-Andretti effort owned the headlines during an unforgettable month of May and gave the Verizon IndyCar Series a healthy bump in international interest. The circumstances that allowed Alonso to skip the Monaco Grand Prix in favor of Indy were also unique, made possible by the team's dreadful output using Honda's F1 power unit. With significant changes to its Formula 1 team next year, namely a switch from Honda to Renault, the need to focus on...
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