Articles tagged McLaren Applied Technologies

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Gentlemen restart your engines

New power, new management, new livery – Vijay Mallya has pressed the reset button at Force India. Will this fresh start bring the results? By Rob Widdows These are tense times. There are just 18 days to go before the cars must be on the grid in Melbourne. On this day the first, and only, Force India car is blasting round in Barcelona while its stablemates have yet to be built. Computer screens...

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Lunch with... Ron Dennis

Ambition, focus and an abiding passion for detail has helped the McLaren Group’s executive chairman build a high-tech empire that extends far beyond racing By Simon Taylor Where better to have lunch with Ron Dennis CBE than in the McLaren Technology Centre, which houses most of the companies in the McLaren Group and over 2000 staff, including the F1 team. Curling futuristically around an...

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In brief

Dubai’s $360m Formula 1 theme park has been put on hold for economic reasons. The project, which is currently 50 per cent complete, is now scheduled to be finished in 2010. Tyler Alexander, one of the few remaining McLaren employees who worked with Bruce McLaren, is retiring from the company after five decades. After joining the team in 1963 as a mechanic, he became one of Bruce’s right-hand men...


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