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F1: Stake recruits former Red Bull man as Performance Director

Stake's new Performance Director Stefano Sordo was previously with Red Bull and before that McLaren where he was Director of Vehicle Performance. Stake has reinforced its growing technical structure with the appointment of Stefano Sordo to the newly created position of Performance Director. Reporting directly to Technical Director, James Key, Sordo will bring a wealth of Formula One performance-based experience to the team as it continues to progress towards becoming the Audi works team in 2026. An established and respected figure in the world of motorsport, Sordo worked at the pinnacle of racing for over two decades in roles ranging from Race Engineer to Head of Aerodynamics Performance...
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