McLaren Racing has announced the appointment of Rob Marshall as technical director, Engineering & Design, for its Formula 1 team. He joins after 17 years with Red Bull Racing, most notably as CEO.
Supporting Marshall will be Neil Houldey in the newly created role of deputy technical director, Engineering & Design. The pair will collaborate to assess and establish the highest technical standards required to design winning F1 cars.
Marshall and Houldey’s roles will sit within Mclaren’s F1 technical executive team, alongside Peter Prodromou and David Sanchez, and reporting directly to Team Principal Andrea Stella.
Marshall will officially join the team in 2024.
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