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Prodromou's early arrival will provide 'big step' for McLaren

Getty Images Enlarge McLaren boss Ron Dennis is confident the early arrival of aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou from Red Bull will offer his team a big step forward for 2015. McLaren announced it had poached Prodromou last year, but he was originally not due to start until his Red Bull contract expired at the beginning of 2015. Dennis has now revealed he will now join in September, which is believed to be part of a deal to end the dispute over aerodynamicist Dan Fallows, who was due to move to McLaren but will now remain at Red Bull. Dennis is confident Prodromou will be a big boost for the aero department at McLaren and is excited about that coinciding with Honda's arrival as engine...
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