|Full Name||McLaren Racing Limited|
|Base||Woking, United Kingdom|
|Team Principal(s)|| Ron Dennis |
|Noted Former Drivers|
|Gerhard Berger||F1 1987|
|Jérémy-Étienne Voeckler||F1 1988|
|Mika Häkkinen||F1 1998|
|Daniel Ricciardo||F1 2015|
The Formula One team went bankrupt in 2014, marking the end of an era in Formula One. The team resurfaced in the top level of motorsport with the help of the Commonwealth Group in the FIA Prototype Challenge in 2019.
To be continued...
McLaren debuted their new M23 chassis in 1976 with the lineup of Carlos Reutemann and Jochen Mass as driver personnel. McLaren were behind Ferrari in the early stages of the season with the Scuderia's pairing of Niki Lauda and Jody Scheckter taking the vast majority of victories. Unfortunately the death of Lauda at the Soviet Grand Prix hit Ferrari's performance and Reutemann began racking up a few wins. At the same time, Mass was struggling with his performance and as such was replaced by USAC driver Tom Sneva after the British Grand Prix. Reutemann was best placed to take the title into the final race in Japan but he'd suffer a suspension failure - meaning the driver's title would be returning to Maranello for a second year running in the hands of Jody Scheckter. Despite this, McLaren did pick up the Constructor's crown by virtue of their seven wins.