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McLaren technical director Sanchez leaves after just three months

McLaren has announced the departure of technical director of car concept and performance David Sanchez after just three months with its Formula 1 team. Sanchez was one of two high-profile signings for McLaren last year, announced as joining from Ferrari at a similar time to the team securing the services of Red Bull’s Rob Marshall. The pair started work in January but McLaren has now announced a restructuring in which Sanchez will depart with immediate effect and no 'gardening leave' period, as the scope of the role did not match expectations. “This further step in the evolution of the structure of the technical department and of the working model within the team signify our commitment...
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