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McLaren reject James Key joins Seidl at Alfa Romeo Sauber aka Audi

Former McLaren technical boss James Key marched out of Woking and shortly thereafter got himself a job at Hinwil with Sauber, joining former colleague Andreas Seidl in the team that will become Audi. Made the fall guy for McLaren's woeful start to this season, Key clearly impressed Seidl who is Audi's F1 team principal. The German manufacturer entered the F1 for
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