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McLaren respond to rumoured Audi takeover

McLaren have responded to reports that it is close to striking a deal with Audi for the sale of its Formula 1 team and car brand. Responding to a request for comment by Formula1News.co.uk on Tuesday, the British car-maker emphasised that there has been no change in the ownership of the McLaren Group and repeated a statement it made in mid-November, when separate reports of a sale of the company surfaced. Buy an F1 TV Pro subscription to watch live races “McLaren’s technology strategy has always involved ongoing discussions and collaboration with relevant partners and suppliers, including other carmakers, however, there has been no change in the ownership structure of the McLaren...
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