McLaren unveiled its’ official No.66 car today that will compete in the running of the 103rd Indianapolis 500 on May 26th. Fernando Alonso will attempt the “Triple Crown of Motorsports” by competing with McLaren backing this year. Alonso has now won the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Rolex 24 at Day.
The McLaren will be powered by a Chevrolet engine in a IndyCar Dallara chassis that McLaren has prepped at their McLaren Technology Center in Woking. At the moment the Mclaren No.66 is heading from the UK to the United States for testing at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway on the 24th of April and McLaren will have a second chassis prepped and testing at the Texas Motor Speedway on April 9th.