McLaren and Honda look to ART for young drivers 23 January, 2014 Nicolas Todt McLaren and Honda are set to join forces with a leading GP2 Series team, according to reports in France. RMC Sport claims that ART, headed by FIA president Jean Todt’s son Nicolas, will become the GP2 team to house and nurture McLaren and its 2015 engine partner Honda’s burgeoning young drivers. That will begin with the strongly-championed McLaren junior Stoffel Vandoorne in 2014, and possibly a Honda-linked Japanese driver, the report adds. RMC said that the parties have agreed to the collaboration, with an official announcement due in the coming days. Meanwhile, McLaren has refused to comment publicly on speculation that, despite having now passed all the crash tests with its new MP4-29, the team could sit out next week’s opening winter test at Jerez. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsHonda: We expect points in every race and victoriesHonda turbo built with help of Mercedes linked companyBoullier: Works engine deal is key to successMcLaren deny reports that Honda is buying stake in teamMcLaren may test Honda powered car in 2014McLaren and Alonso play down reunification reports as Honda era loomsHonda package for McLaren includes free engines and big cash injectionMcLaren: We didn’t make the right decisionsHamilton and Magnussen to start from pitlaneMcLaren: We still have a lot of work to do sarahsdadjeff One word Kamui.