McLaren has secured a £150 million loan from the National Bank of Bahrain to ease their short-term cash flow problems.

The National Bank of Bahrain confirmed the loan in a statement Monday: "The National Bank of Bahrain hereby confirms to the markets that final documentation has been signed and all the necessary approvals have been granted in relation to a GBP 150 million financing facility."

While the loan is for both McLaren's F1 team and their car business, it should ease concerns with the Formula 1 season set to resume this weekend in Austria.

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McLaren had a strong year in Formula 1 last year, finishing as the top mid-pack team and fourth overall in the constructer's standings, their best result since 2012, when they finished third in Lewis Hamilton's last year with the team.

The team is expected to be competitive again this season as they return the strong young driver tandem of Carlos Sainz Jr. and Lando Norris. Sainz Jr. will depart the team at the end of the season for a seat with Ferrari, to be replaced by popular driver Daniel Ricciardo, who is currently at Renault.