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McLaren Brings Formula 1 Technologies to Other Industries ー But Not Electric Yet

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McLaren Brings Formula 1 Technologies to Other Industries ー But Not Electric Yet

McLaren Brings Formula 1 Technologies to Other Industries ー But Not Electric Yet

The McLaren Group, a leading motor sports technology company, is bringing its innovations in racing to other industries such as healthcare and aviation, the company’s top executive in North America told Cheddar.

“We are really trying to find industries going through disruptive change,” McLaren’s Vice President Ben Priest told Betty Liu, executive vice chair for the New York Stock Exchange, in an interview Wednesday as part of an NYSE partnership with Cheddar.

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