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Aston Martin sign aerodynamics chief from Mercedes

Article To news overview © Aston Martin Mercedes' Chief Aerodynamicist Eric Blandin has been recruited by Aston Martin and will join the team at the end of the 2022 F1 season. Blandin is the latest name to sign to the British outfit as part of their recruitment drive, though this marks the first significant signing to come from Mercedes. The Silver Arrows are engine suppliers to Aston Martin, and a statement released by the team confirms that the transition will be "amicable". "We can confirm that Eric Blandin will begin working for Aston Martin Cognizant Formula 1 team next year," an Aston Martin spokesperson said. "His exact start date is not yet confirmed. The...
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