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Red Bull's aero chief's departure confirmed

Dan Fallows Red Bull aerodynamics ace Dan Fallows will join the Aston Martin Formula 1 team shortly after the start of the 2022 season. Fallows will depart the Milton Keynes operation after more than 15 years of service, rising to the role of Chief Engineer – Aerodynamics. The Brit was lured by Aston Martin during the course of the 2021 F1 season to become the squad’s new technical director. That prompted legal response from Red Bull which claimed it had a valid contract until 2023, the matter reaching court as Fallows sought an early release. A joint statement issued by Aston Martin and Red Bull confirms that has now been granted. “We would like to thank Dan for his many years of...
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