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Full-time McLaren 2020 IndyCar entry 'highly unlikely' - Zak Brown

McLaren CEO Zak Brown believes it is now 'highly unlikely' that his team will venture into the NTT IndyCar Series on a full-time basis in 2020. After failing to qualify for the Indy 500 due to a large number of operational errors, Brown wants to maintain focus on McLaren's Formula 1 programme and not take any time or resources away from the team as the bid to improve on their strong start to the 2019 season which sees them currently in fourth place after six races. 'I think it’s highly unlikely we’ll be in IndyCar full-time next year,' Brown told Racer. 'As enthusiastic as I am for IndyCar, given where we are in Formula 1, given what we just went through at Indy. 'I’d...
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