Eric Boullier has called his move to McLaren 'a rare and great opportunity' after joining in the newly-created race director role at the end of January.
The Frenchman left Lotus after four years as team principal. He played a major part in returning the Enstone-based outfit to the top step of the podium as well as the signings of 2007 world champion Kimi Raikkonen and Romain Grosjean.
In an interview with the official Formula 1 website, Boullier was not willing to talk about why he left Lotus but he did comment on the chance he was given to join McLaren. 'I will not talk about that now,' he said. 'There is nothing to be said right now. Or let’s put it this way: it was a rare and great...
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