McLaren MCL36 2022 bends with new bright livery, the team also opens contenders for Indycar and Extreme E

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McLaren just unveiled the MCL36, their car for the 2022 Formula One season. However, this is not all, as the team has also published its applications for Indycar and Extreme E.

Starting with the MCL36 to be managed Daniel Ricciardo and Landa Norris, the car carries a new brave livery for 2022. It’s still in the branded orange and blue papaya McLaren, but the blue has become much lighter and the black has become much bigger than before. In addition, the entire design of the livery has changed, and many stripes have replaced the design of colored blocks of previous years.

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But apart from the new look, the car also has probably the most unique approach to the 2022 rules. Some of the highlights include traction suspension, concave front front wing plates and rectangular side air intakes. However, the most interesting feature is the overall look of the car. While teams like Aston Martin and Haas gone with a body that tapers to the bottom, McLaren has straight sides. In addition, the top-down profile of the car has a much more pronounced “coke bottle” design than the wide and deep Aston Martinbut not as exaggerated as the narrow narrowed Haas.

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On them Indicator challenger, the livery has a similar design to the MCL36, albeit with less blue. Driving No. 5 Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet will be Pata O’Ward, and Felix Rosenquist – in No.7 Vuse Arrow McLaren SP Chevrolet. As for their Extreme E SUV, it is also dressed in the same orange, blue and black colors as the team’s open wheels as they allegedly try to unite all their motorsport teams under one McLaren brand. Tanner Faust and Emma Gilmore will pilot a fully electric SUV.

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“I’m glad to see that today we are launching all three McLaren Racing programs at Formula 1, IndyCar and Extreme E,” he said. Zach Brown, CEO of McLaren Racing. “This is the first time for us as a team and in the wider world of motorsport, and it was fantastic to see how excited the fans were as they prepare to join us for the next leg of our journey.”














McLaren MCL36 2022 bends with new bright livery, the team also opens contenders for Indycar and Extreme E

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