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Dennis reveals Prodromou to join McLaren in September

McLaren boss Ron Dennis has revealed that aerodynamacist Peter Prodromou will join the Woking-based outfit in September, earlier than expected. Prodromou, the former Head of Aerodynamics at Red Bull, had been expected to join McLaren at the end of the year, when his contract with his former team formally expired. However, Prodromou will now join McLaren ahead of schedule, in what is believed to be part of a deal that settled the spat between Red Bull and McLaren over the future of fellow aerodynamacist Dan Fallows. Dennis is certain that the arrival of Prodromou, who worked for McLaren before he followed Adrian Newey to Red Bull in 2006, will prove to be a boost ahead of the return of...
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