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McLaren signs Red Bull veteran Marshall for senor technical role

McLaren has announced the signing of former Red Bull chief engineering officer Rob Marshall to the new position of technical director of engineering and design. Marshall has been at Red Bull for 17 years, working his way up the engineering ranks to lead that department in recent years, winning six drivers’ championships and five constructors’ titles in the process. After a recent restructuring that was announced by McLaren under team principal Andrea Stella, Marshall has been secured to work above Neil Houldey, and will form a three-man Formula 1 technical executive team alongside Peter Prodromou and David Sanchez when he joins on 1 January 2024.
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