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McLaren and Technical Director Part Ways After Just 3 Months

In a surprising development in the Formula 1 world, McLaren Team Principal Andrea Stella offered insights into the departure of David Sanchez from the team. Sanchez, who had joined McLaren as the technical director of car concept and performance in January after leaving Ferrari, exited the team just three months into his tenure. This move came right before the Japanese Grand Prix weekend, leading to McLaren announcing a technical reorganization in response to his departure. Speaking to Sky F1, Stella explained the nature of Formula 1 as rapidly evolving and highlighted the team's efforts to build an efficient and effective organization. READ: Marko and Verstappen Reaffirm Commitment...
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