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Carlin: McLaren “too late” to enter IndyCar in 2019

A prospective McLaren IndyCar team may have “missed the boat” for the 2019 season, says Carlin team boss Trevor Carlin. McLaren is said to be considering a two-car IndyCar team for next season, having held discussions with engine manufacturers Honda and Chevrolet.  Carlin joined the IndyCar series for 2018 despite missing its self-imposed deadline of September by a month, requiring it to play catch-up in the first half of the season before becoming an increasingly regular points-scoring team. Team boss Carlin says his experience suggests McLaren will find a 2019 start difficult to achieve. “If a team like McLaren wanted to set up a whole new team, they should be well underway doing...
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