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This is why this designer has left after 3 months at McLaren

David Sanchez, former chief designer at Ferrari, was brought in by McLaren in March last year to succeed James Key and be one of the technical leaders for the 2024 season. But after barely three months in service with the Woking-based team, Sanchez is already leaving. The Frenchman is "too experienced" for the team's current direction, according to McLaren.
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