Arrow McLaren SP launches all-new 2020 IndyCar livery

David Malsher-Lopez
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Arrow McLaren SP 2020

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Arrow McLaren SP 2020

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Arrow McLaren SP 2020

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Arrow McLaren SP 2020

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Arrow McLaren SP 2020

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Arrow McLaren SP 2020

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McLaren withdrew from U.S. open-wheel racing at the end of 1979 when the Ron Dennis/John Barnard Project Four company merged with McLaren in the UK and elected to focus on Formula 1. Through the 1970s, McLaren built a strong legacy in Indy car racing, both as a works outfit, and through other teams – notably Penske – running McLaren chassis.

Three times the Indy 500 winner was racing a McLaren (Mark Donohue in 1972, Johnny Rutherford in ’74 and ’76), while Roger McCluskey in ’73 and Tom Sneva in ’77 landed the Indy car championship driving McLarens. By the time the brand withdrew, it had amassed 28 race victories, 18 of which were earned by the works team.

McLaren backed Andretti Autosport-Honda’s one-off entry for Fernando Alonso in the 2017 Indy 500, and saw him qualify fifth and lead 27 laps before engine failure. An attempt to go it alone for last year’s 500 resulted in an infamous failure to qualify for Alonso.

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