McLaren gets £200m cash injection from new shareholder

An investment of over £200m will be made by British Virgin Island-based Nidala (BVI) Limited, which is controlled by Latifi, the father of F2 driver and Force India tester Nicholas.The only other shareholders in the McLaren Group, which encompasses the Automotive, Racing and Applied Technologies divisions, are Mansour Ojjeh and Mumtalakat, the Bahrain sovereign wealth fund.Known as a ... Keep reading