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McLaren boss Brown to demo Andretti's Lotus 79 at British GP

McLaren CEO Zak Brown will take to the Silverstone circuit at this weekend's British Grand Prix to drive Mario Andretti's 1978 F1 title-winning Lotus 79. Brown holds a vast collection of classic racing cars within his other racing outfit United Autosports, co-founded with former Le Mans winner Richard Dean. After being purchased by Brown, the […]
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