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McLaren boss sets criteria for future IndyCar move

How soon would McLaren consider entering the Verizon IndyCar Series on a full-time basis? The answer is linked to the health and success of its embattled Formula 1 program. Tucked among the interesting tidbits from the Fernando Alonso/Indy 500 announcement was the proclamation made by McLaren shareholder Mansour Ojjeh, who revealed the British Formula 1 constructor would be open to campaigning an Indy car in the near future. With Californian Zak Brown in his new position atop the McLaren Technology Group, it's clear the IndyCar-loving American is also serious about reconnecting the brand to its open-wheel roots in North America. Related Stories Related Stories IndyCar Date set for Alonso's...
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