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Zak Brown expects the proposed salary cap to be introduced to F1 “in the next few years” – but thinks extending it beyond drivers would present a conundrum.
Zak Brown says the post-season ‘young driver test’ in Abu Dhabi “took on a life of its own” as rival teams managed to open up the rules.
McLaren have expressed their pride in the work Lando Norris has been doing to promote the mental health side of F1.
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Zak Brown has told Williams’ new owners they need to spend big if they are to work their way up the Formula 1 pecking order.
Zak Brown believes McLaren now have all the “pieces of the puzzle” they need to become race winners and even World Championship challengers again.
Zak Brown believes Daniel Ricciardo would be the equal of Fernando Alonso in a single-lap shootout as he prepares to welcome the Australian to the McLaren team.
Zak Brown, who had two years managing Fernando Alonso in F1 at McLaren, expects the Spaniard to be “tough to beat” when he joins Renault.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has revealed the enforced shutdown of the team’s F1 operation earlier this year due to the global health pandemic significantly helped their finances.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has predicted Formula 1 will have up to seven “serious contenders” when the sport’s new regulations kick in.
Zak Brown has revealed that McLaren could have prevented Carlos Sainz from leaving, but didn’t as the team wanted Daniel Ricciardo.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown believes there could be other issues surrounding the legality of the Racing Point cars following the FIA’s verdict on their brake ducts.
Despite the fact that he’s leaving for Ferrari at the end of it, McLaren won’t hide anything from Carlos Sainz this season, Zak Brown says.
Zak Brown has said that F1 need to “get on with” deciding the rules for 2021 rather than waiting for each team to be happy.
McLaren CEO Zak Brown has presented a five-year plan to the team to start winning races again, after six years without a victory.
Zak Brown, McLaren’s chief executive officer, has hinted at a possible return to Le Mans for the team.