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Sanchez leaves McLaren already and triggers staff reshuffle

Only a few days ago, McLaren CEO Zak Brown expressed how important continuity is within an organisation. He cited Red Bull Racing and Ferrari as examples; teams that had worked with the same people in key positions for years. He wanted that to happen at McLaren as well. But that isn't turning into reality yet. David Sanchez, who moved over from Ferrari in January as Technical Director is already leaving the team.
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