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McLaren team manager moves to role at Williams

By Andrew Hooper
February 8 2017

 McLaren team manager moves to role at Williams

It has been confirmed that McLaren team manager Dave Redding is to leave McLaren for a new job with the Williams Martini team.

Chief Mechanic Paul James will now replace him while Andrea Stella, the Head of Race Operations, will also undertake the task of dealing with the FIA.

“We can confirm that David Redding is leaving McLaren Racing,” a spokesman told Motorsport.com.

“He will be replaced by Paul James, who will become Team Manager, with a focus on the operational and managerial nature of the role.

“Our Head of Race Operations, Andrea Stella, will assume some of the role’s sporting responsibilities and engagement with the FIA.

“Kari Lammenranta will replace Paul as our new Chief Race Mechanic.”


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