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Brown: McLaren engine deal with Ferrari 'was never on'

Fresh from the announcement that McLaren would return to the Mercedes fold in 2021, team CEO Zak Brown said that any possible alliance with Ferrari had never been a feasible option. McLaren used Mercedes engines from 1995 until 2014. However once the Silver Arrows returned to the sport as a works team, McLaren parted company in favour of an ill-fated alliance with Honda in 2015. After a disappointing three-year partnership with the Japanese manufacturer, McLaren switched to Renault power units at the start of 2018. And now, despite a marked upturn in performance and success this season, the squad has now confirmed that it will soon be back with Mercedes. Abiteboul: McLaren had 'no...
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