F1 » McLaren names new technical director, confirms Lowe exit


Official: McLaren promote Tim Goss to technical director

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racecarmike

February 28, 2013 7:39 AM

McLaren have to send Paddy Lowe onto gardening duty as they don't want anymore of their latest info going directly to Mercedes. I agree with the comment that Merecedes think they can spend their way into F1 similar to Honda and many others before them. You can buy everybody including Hamilton, Lowe and uncle Tom cobble and all but you will never win the FIA F1 World Championship until you let the team work without the pressure of money,money,money. If you don't believe me ask BMW!

rod99 - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 7:09 PM

Sad what money has done to this sport.

He has to put in a different role because they can't risk him taking info at the end of the year. So a thats a waist of salery for a whole year coming.

This all just too big buisness.

prof-x - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 5:20 PM

*McLaren will have him working a mop.

.. yes I was speaking in an immediate sense.

Would have been interesting to see how/if he could have helped Merc this year with their 'aero' development.

richard

February 25, 2013 4:36 PM
Last Edited 661 days ago

pcx. he HAS gone to merc! (startingin jan 2014) but as he was contracted to mclaren for 2013, macca have asked him not to turn up, as he could take secrets with him. he will be paid by macca for 2013

prof-x - Unregistered

February 25, 2013 3:58 PM

should have gone to Mercedes. Now hes gonna sit behind a desk staring at a wall. Maybe he has some hobbies or personal projects, maybe Mercedes will have him working a mop...

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