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McLaren signs Le Mans winner Hirakawa as F1 reserve driver


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Hirakawa will become part of McLaren's driver development programme, supporting the Woking team in its simulator as well as conducting a testing programme with its 2021 MCL35M car.The 29-year-old will dovetail his F1 testing role with his current drive for Toyota, with which he is currently leading the Hypercar class in the World Endurance Championship.Hirakawa and his team-mates Sebastien Buemi ...Keep reading