McLaren’s 2021 switch to Mercedes power announced

The two parties were last together in 2014, the first year of the hybrid era, while McLaren waited for its Honda deal to commence in 2015.
The news means that McLaren's current engine partner Renault will head into Formula 1’s new era with no customers, and with the only engine used by a single team.
Renault and McLaren had joined forces in a “marriage of convenience” agreed in 2017 ...Keep reading