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Allison explains F1 role change and why he expected to leave Mercedes altogether

James Allison says his decision to step away from the role of Mercedes Formula 1 technical director “arrived pretty clearly in my head during 2019”. Mercedes announced a major reshuffle of its F1 technical department earlier this month, with technical director Allison to step away from day-to-day responsibilities and move into the newly created role of chief technical officer from 1 July. With Allison changing his position to focus on longer-term strategic planning at Mercedes, he will be replaced as technical director by current technology director Mike Elliot. Speaking about the role change publicly for the first time at this weekend’s Emilia Romagna Grand Prix, Allison explained...
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