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Audi in talks to buy McLaren to secure Formula 1 entry

German automotive giant Audi is in discussions to takeover the McLaren Group, which would include its automotive and Formula 1 departments. Audi, which is owned by the Volkswagen Group, has been exploring an F1 entry for some time, but are now taking the idea much more seriously with the brand involved in F1 stakeholder meetings […]
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