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Szafnauer denies Stroll was subject of ‘two Popes’ remark

Otmar Szafnauer said the other 'pope' he referred to at Aston Martin was not owner Lawrence Stroll, it was Martin Whitmarsh. Szafnauer began his association with the team in 2009 when they were known as Force India, overseeing the outfit's rise up the grid in the years that followed. When they went into bankruptcy midway through 2018, Stroll stepped in to purchase the team and rebranded it to Racing Point, Szafnauer remaining in place as team boss for that transition and also the Aston Martin one that occurred before the 2021 campaign. That proved to be Szafnauer's final season with the team though, his exit clearing the way for a move to Alpine ahead of the 2022 campaign. After leaving...
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