McLaren CEO Zak Brown will get back behind the wheel of a racing car when he competes at Zandvoort later this month in the GT4 European Series.
Brown will drive for his own United Autosports team alongside fellow owner Richard Dean in a one-off outing in the championship. The McLaren boss previously raced in sportscars and GT machinery before focusing on his managerial and business career.
"I’m so excited to be getting back behind the wheel of a race car at Zandvoort,” said Brown in a press release. “I have tested with the team in our McLaren a couple of times now and I’m so ready to head to Zandvoort to see what we can do.
"It will be nice to return to modern day racing, having focused on my historic racing for the last few years and I can’t wait to get back on track.”
The event takes place on June 18-20, whilst Formula 1 is set to visit the famous Dutch circuit on September 3-5 for the return of the Dutch Grand Prix.