Norton Rose Fulbright and McLaren Honda. Innovation, teamwork and excellence. These are our shared values and the fuel that drives our unique partnership: the only one of its kind between a global law firm and a Formula 1TM team in the world today.

McLaren Honda encompasses a range of high-technology businesses whose accelerated growth is built on the principles of innovation, teamwork and commitment to excellence. McLaren Honda consistently challenges itself. It embraces change. It maintains a clear focus on winning. We share this appetite for change and innovation, and through our partnership with McLaren Honda we reinforce our commitment to teamwork and excellence across the full span of our global firm.

We are a global legal adviser to the McLaren Technology Group, working alongside their in-house counsel on corporate and M&A transactions, consulting on contractual and intellectual property matters and advising on real estate and employment law. We provide the McLaren Technology Group with a full business law service – built on the principles of innovation, teamwork and excellence.

Since its Formula 1 debut at the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix, McLaren has won 182 races, achieved 155 poles positions, claimed 12 drivers’ world championships and eight constructors’ championships. The McLaren Honda partnership rekindles memories of one of the most dominant partnerships in motorsport history: between 1988 and ’92 McLaren and Honda won eight world championships and 44 grands prix, took 53 pole positions and set 30 fastest laps – all in just 80 grands prix. In 1988, the partnership created arguably the single most successful Formula 1 car of all time: the all-conquering McLaren-Honda MP4/4, which was driven to victory by Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in an amazing 15 of the season’s 16 grands prix.

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