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Red Bull adds technical director role to team structure

Red Bull Racing has created a new post of technical director to bolster its development team in 2018. Adrian Newey remains Red Bull's chief technical officer. But he will now be joined by Pierre Wache in the new role. Wache started his Formula 1 career at Michelin before moving to Sauber in 2006. He joined Red Bull in 2013, and was most recently the chief engineer responsible for performance issues. "It’s part of our evolution,” Horner told Motorsport.com in Barcelona. "Adrian remains CTO, Pierre has moved into a central role as technical director." Horner said that the changes did not mean a further reduced role for Newey. “These regulations have definitely got...
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