McLaren: F1 cost cap gives WEC hypercar opportunity | 2019 F1 Season

McLaren boss Zak Brown and sporting director Gil de Ferran have said the 2021 F1 cost cap could make an opportunity to restructure their racing programme, as the F1 cost cap and WEC hypercar introduction coincide.
However, both Brown and De Ferran said that the coming F1 cost cap – which is confirmed for 2021, the same year that the hypercar class is introduced to WEC –.
Gil de Ferran: “Obviously there is a big shift in rules in 2021 and we’ve been – even last year – doing a lot of planning coming into that phase so all of these considerations, be it WEC or Indycar or any other programme we are looking into and that we haven’t made a final decision on takes all of this into account.”

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