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McLaren and Arrow SPM partner for full-time IndyCar programme!

McLaren Racing will return to IndyCar next season for a full-time programme conducted in partnership with Arrow Schmidt Peterson Motorsports and Chevrolet. McLaren, which last competed full-time in IndyCar in 1979, will bring its technical and commercial expertise to the Arrow SPM foundation, with the new entity renamed Arrow McLaren Racing SP. Arrow SPM co-founders Sam Schmidt and Ric Peterson continue in their current roles, while McLaren sporting director Gil de Ferran will lead the McLaren IndyCar programme and involvement in Arrow McLaren Racing SP. Seidl happy with McLaren, but still sees 'a lot more to do' The Brazilian, a former Indy 500 winner, will oversee a dedicated group from...
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