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Brown: James Key will be at McLaren in 2019

McLaren prematurely announced they had signed Toro Rosso technical director James Key to join the team and sort out the mess that is their tech department, this prompted toy flinging out the pram from Red Bull who insisted he was going nowhere soon. It is believed Key has an ironclad contract with the energy drinks brigade until 2020 which they are in no rush to break. But, according to McLaren boss Zak Brown, in an interview with Motorsport-Total, Key will indeed join his team in 2019, 'James will be with us next year.' If this is January next year or December was not made clear. Right now what is certain is that Key was marginalised from the Toro Rosso inner sanctum once his intentions...
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