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James Allison to step aside as Mercedes Technical Director

Article To news overview Mercedes' Technical Director James Allison will step down from his role this season, as part of the team's succession plan for their technical departments. Mike Elliott will replace Allison as the team's Technical Director. Allison will move into a different role with Mercedes, a newly created position as Chief Technical Officer. This move will become effective on 1 July, with Allison stepping back from his day-to-day running of the Mercedes' technical department. More to follow...
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