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Markham Headquartered Multimatic Partners with McLaren

Multimatic race engineers Leena Gade and Teena Gade will provide engineering services. Both have served as engineers for race teams, including for Audi in the World Endurance Championship and Williams, Force India and AlphaTauri in Formula One.
McLaren's new electric off-road racing series Extreme E

McLaren is set to enter the new electric off-road racing series Extreme E in 2022, but it won’t go it alone.

The British race team and supercar manufacturer announced on Wednesday that it will partner with leading Canadian motorsport and engineering company Multimatic for its Extreme E effort.

The partnership will provide McLaren with access to Multimatic’s Vehicle Dynamics Development Center in Norfolk, U.K., for preparation of the vehicle McLaren will race. The site is home to a simulator and multiple suspension test rigs.

Full Article: motorauthority.com