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Arrow McLaren SP puts part-time third car on ice until 2021

Jenson Button, Jimmie Johnson, Fernando Alonso, and any of the other guest drivers McLaren Racing had on its short list for special appearances in a third Arrow McLaren SP IndyCar entry will likely need to wait until 2021 to race in one of its Chevy-powered machines. Ongoing schedule changes in reaction to the coronavirus, and the subsequent decision by IndyCar to eliminate in-season testing, have caused the blended Arrow SPM and McLaren Racing outfit to put its third-car plans on hold. According to McLaren Racing CEO Zak Brown, the AMSP team will place its full focus on Pato O’Ward and Oliver Askew, the promising full-time drivers representing the Indiana-based outfit in the NTT IndyCar...
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