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GP Week : Issue 134
Now called FanVision, the new G3 is available for sale with our best experience ever, including an ultra-bright 4.3 inch LCD screen, the ultimate in personalisation, more data, stats and camera angles than anywhere else. Our classic version is still available for weekend rentals. Experience Formula 1TM like never before. Save 20% when you reserve online! F1.FanVision.com There have been big changes at Kangaroo TV. YOUR RACE, YOUR WAY Get the next generation in fan enhancement. Click HERE to go to Narain back for Indian F1 GP HrT F1 team has confirmed that Narain Karthikeyan will be back in the cockpit during Friday’s first practice session at the Singapore Grand Prix – in preparation for his return for the inaugural Indian Grand Prix. HRT Team Principal Colin Kolles commented: “It is great to have Narain back in the car as it will give him critical seat time before he drives at the Indian GP. He is the best driver to come out of the region and is undoubtedly extremely talented as he has proved through his progress this season”. Narain Karthikeyan is expectedly delighted at the prospect of returning behind the wheel: "O f course it's a great feeling to be driving on a Grand Prix weekend once again, and on the subject of my home Grand Prix of India, the team had assured me that I'd be driving when I stepped out of my seat after the European GP. " Karthikeyan will replace Australian rookie Daniel Ricciardo for the Indian GP. McLarEN applied Technologies (MaT) announced Friday that they planned to build a new McLaren applied Technology centre in Woking. According to the press release, the “McLaren Applied Technology Centre will provide additional accommodation for McLaren Applied Technologies (MAT), which is leading the diversification of the McLaren Group into non-motorsport sectors, creating new high-tech markets through innovative product development and design with third- party partnership companies.” The new development will be 60,000 square meters of “workshops, prototype manufacturing and testing space, research and development equipment, offices, meeting spaces, innovation hubs, and informal break-out spaces,” as well as an educational zone dedicated to teaching training. The aim of the new site is to encourage links with the local community while promoting engineering and technical skills in schools and colleges. “By dedicating a part of this proposed new building to education and training, we’ll be able to train the young engineering talent of the future as well as create pioneering solutions to a wide range of problems,” Ron Dennis explained. “As part of this planning application we’re also investigating, with Woking Borough Council, opportunities for establishing a physical presence for McLaren in the town centre, allowing the community to feel part of the success enjoyed by McLaren.” The new development will also create hundreds of jobs in the local area, with 300 construction workers involved in the project, and 400 jobs “created and retained at the site”. McLaren Applied Technologies expands into community 14