was Zak Brown is a reality in McLaren. The new
responsible for the manufacturer of Woking wants to leave his stamp on this new post
Ron Dennis and one of the differentials may be the return of McLaren
to the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The new pattern of the firm is aware that the
showcase that offers the quote queen of the World of Resistance fits perfectly
with its renewed range of sports and it is for this reason that Zak Brown has been recognized in
statements ‘Autosport’ which is in the bosom of the brand is studying
return to the stage that I contemplate the victory of the McLaren F1 GTR in 1995.
“We have won Le Mans and it is a race that is part
of our history. Now it is part of my job to decide where you must compete
McLaren as a brand” has explained Zak Brown in the above medium.
“Return to Le Mans is something we’ve identified and already
we are discussing. on A personal level, I’d love to see us again at Le Mans
and I think that I am not the only one who has this opinion,”. In this aspect, the
return the more logical McLaren at the 24 Hours of Le Mans would be of the hand of the
development of a vehicle AWG to compete in the GTE-Pro.
In this line, ‘Autosport’ points out that the brand would have made the first moves in this regard, to be key in the arrival of Dan
Walmsey from Strakka Racing to McLaren Special Operations (MSO). In Addition, Andrew
Kirkaldy, head of McLaren GT, has also expressed their desire
tackle the development of a vehicle AWG for an eventual project of factory
after successfully completing the creation of the McLaren 650S GT3 and 570S GT4 that
competing in a model ‘race-client’. In this aspect, would be to see if
McLaren GT as independent and self-financed would be responsible for the project GTE or otherwise McLaren would take this beautiful back.