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Brown rules out McLaren 2018 Indy 500 return

McLaren executive director Zak Brown has definitively ruled out McLaren returning to the Indy 500 in 2018 despite the success of Fernando Alonso's attempt this year. Alonso made his debut in the May showpiece driving a McLaren-Andretti entry, and led a number of laps before eventually retiring with an engine failure in the closing stages. The appearance resulted in huge global interest, and Brown has previously stated he wants to return to the Brickyard with McLaren in future. During an exclusive interview with RACER, when asked if McLaren's next IndyCar race will be as part of a full-time commitment to the series or another Indy 500 appearance, Brown (below) replied: "Good question,...
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