Deep into a second consecutive bad Formula 1 season for the grandee team, the changes at McLaren continue with most noticeable sign of the restructuring process at the Woking based team in Hockenheim is that Jenson Button – whose own future in grey is also under review – is working with a new race engineer.
If Tom Stallard's name sounds familiar, it's because he won a silver medal rowing for Britain in the 2008 olympics. He replaces Dave Robson, who is heading for a factory-based job.
'It's not about getting rid of people,' Button insists, 'it's moving people to better suited roles or making them feel refreshed. There are people who are being employed as well,...
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