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McLaren forced to sell heritage Formula 1 cars to Bahrain amid financial trouble

McLaren are one of the most prominent supercar manufacturers in the world, producing some of the most impressive pieces of machinery over the course of their existence. The McLaren Artura is set to be one of the most impressive supercars produced by the British company, but the process to create and roll out the Artura has been far from straightforward. The car manufacturer have been forced to seek emergency funding numerous times over the past couple of years to aid with the Artura project, recently raising £125 through convertible preference shares from Ares Management Corporation and Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund. McLaren have recently reported a loss of £203 million over...
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