McLaren hasn’t discussed F1 role for shareholder’s son

Canadian Michael Latifi became the McLaren Group’s first new shareholder since the departure of Ron Dennis after his British Virgin Island-based Nidala (BVI) Limited committed a £200million investment.Latifi’s son is a Force India reserve driver and F2 race winner who finished fifth in the feeder category last year but is only ninth in the current standings after a mixed start to the ... Keep reading