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McLaren Group Limited
Type Private
Industry Motorsport
Founded 1985
Headquarters Woking, Surrey, England
Key people Ron Dennis, Chairman of McLaren Group and Executive Chairman of McLaren Automotive
Martin Whitmarsh, CEO of McLaren Racing
Revenue GB£ 241 million (2005)
Operating income GB£ 14.3 million (2005)
Net income GB£ 12.3 million (2005)
Employees 1,289 (2005)
Subsidiaries McLaren Racing
McLaren Automotive
McLaren Electronics
Website McLaren Group
References: Source: ICC Financial Analysis Reports

The McLaren Group, based at the McLaren Technology Centre in Woking, Surrey, England, is a group of companies created by Ron Dennis, described by the International Herald Tribune as "a small conglomerate".[1] The Group was originally formed from the team established by New Zealander Bruce McLaren in 1963 and is now focused around the Vodafone McLaren Mercedes Formula One Racing Team. The company hopes to expand its market from Formula One to manufacturing cars as it prepares to launch the successor to the McLaren F1, the McLaren MP4-12C. In recent years, the group has branched out to other precision manufacturing areas, such as motorized devices for the solar and wind industries.[2]


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  1. Spurgeon, Brad (2000-06-24). "TAG McLaren Group Revs Up Off Track". International Herald Tribune: p. 9. 
  2. Pete Engardio (February 13, 2010). "In Detroit, Is There Life After the Big 3?". New York Times. Retrieved February 18, 2010. 
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