McLaren Confirms New Indycar Facility In USA – carandbike

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McLaren Racing confirmed it has commissioned a new IndyCar facility for the Arrow McLaren SP team, with construction scheduled to begin in the second half of 2022. It is anticipated that the new facility will become operational in phases between 2023 and early 2024, with McLaren Racing looking to begin site preparation and construction in August or September, with an estimated build time of just over 18 months. The facility will be located north of Indianapolis in Whitestown, Indiana.
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McLaren Racing confirmed today it has commissioned a new IndyCar facility for Arrow McLaren SP. ????

The sustainable facility will look to the future, with focus on technology and engineering, while respecting McLaren’s history in Indianapolis and motorsport pedigree.
Zak Brown, CEO, McLaren Racing said, “I am delighted to be able to confirm this news today. Part of our long-term strategy for Arrow McLaren SP is to relocate the team to a new facility fit for the future. This is both a clear sign of our commitment to IndyCar and also to the community of Whitestown, the City of Indianapolis, and the state of Indiana, which has been the home of IndyCar since the sport began.”
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With Arrow McLaren SP running three full-time entries in the NTT Indycar Series in 2023, the team is looking to expand for the long term. Reflecting McLaren’s commitment to the importance of IndyCar and North America, the new building will more than double the size of the current facility, with over 97,000 square feet of space. The new facility will also provide a significant number of additional, high-quality jobs, across a range of categories.
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The new facility will combine office space with technical areas, workshop space, logistics and transport areas, and even a dedicated space for the team to practice pit stops. The building will also feature a gym, allowing all employees to focus on their physical and mental well-being on and off the track. The facility will also look to the future, with a focus on advances in technology and engineering, that still show respect to McLaren’s history in Indianapolis and motorsport pedigree.
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