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Andretti fills two further senior F1 roles

John McQuilliam has joined Andretti as it continues to appoint senior F1 names Andretti has filled two additional key positions as it continues to bolster its roster despite awaiting official confirmation it has a place on the F1 grid, Speedcafe can confirm. Earlier this month, Speedcafe learned Andretti had signed former Renault technical director Nick Chester to that position. The 25-year F1 veteran was most recently the technical director at Mercedes’ Formula E operation, a position he held for two years prior to joining McLaren in Formula E last September. It has now emerged that Andretti has recruited John McQuilliam as chief designer and Jon Tomlinson as its head of aerodynamics....
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