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Audi aiming to 'surprise' with future motorsport plans

Audi says it wants to create a surprise when it soon announces its slate of future motorsport projects, with Formula 1 seen as a potential playing field for the Ingolstadt firm. Last November, it was reported that Audi was on the verge of acquiring the entire McLaren Group, the entity that includes both McLaren Automotive and its racing operations overseen by CEO Zak Brown. However, McLaren quickly moved to deny the report published at the time by Autocar. Such a deal would have obviously given Audi a direct pipeline into Formula 1, presumably as an engine supplier to McLaren. Two months on, the rumor of Audi's takeover of McLaren - or at least a significant investment by the latter in the...
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