McLaren CEO Zak Brown has revealed that the Woking based outfit could be powered by Honda in IndyCar in 2019 if the organization decide to move into the series.
Brown has confirmed that the company are still a few weeks away from making an announcement about their plans for a move into America’s premier open wheel racing series.
Brown has also confirmed that Stoffel Vandoorne who will be replaced by Lando Norris next season is under consideration for a seat with their IndyCar Series programme if that is the route the company goes down next season.
It could be a case that Vandoorne will once again partner Fernando Alonso in a McLaren operation if this is what the Spaniard decides it is what he wants to do next season alongside his World Endurance Championship commitments.
When it comes to Honda it had been suggested that McLaren would opt for Chevrolet power due to their previous relationship with Honda in Formula One however Brown has confirmed that McLaren are in talks with both engine suppliers.