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Red Bull engineering chief Marshall transfers to McLaren!

McLaren has announced the appointment of Rob Marshall as Technical Director, Engineering & Design within its Formula 1 team. Marshall, who will take up his position in Woking on January 1 2024, joins McLaren after 17 years with Red Bull Racing, most notably as Chief Engineering Officer. The Briton will officiate alongside Peter Prodromou and David Sanchez as part of McLaren's F1 Technical Executive team, will all three men reporting directly to team principal Andrea Stella. Marshall will also be supported by Neil Houldey in the newly created role of Deputy Technical Director, Engineering & Design. "I am incredibly pleased that Rob will be joining McLaren," commented Stella....
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