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Former BMW head named Aston Martin F1 team principal

Mike Krack Aston Martin has wasted little time in unveiling its replacement for long-time team principal Otmar Szafnauer. Succeeding Szafnauer will be Mike Krack, who had headed up BMW’s global motorsport operation. Krack comes with vast experience, including a decade’s work in Formula 1 for Sauber/BMW-Sauber. “He works well with drivers, having prioritised that aspect of his role at BMW in recent years, and also with engineers, since he speaks their language,” said Aston Martin supremo Lawrence Stroll. “Winning in Formula 1 is all about bringing together the best efforts of all the principal players – drivers, engineers, mechanics, everyone – and Mike is perfectly...
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