At the end of the season, Mclaren left the head of aerodynamics, Guillaume Cattelani, who could transfer to the Haas team.
Mclaren thus began the reorganization of his F1 team, announced by team boss Andreas Seidl on his arrival. Woking is the first to leave aerodynamics boss Guillaume Cattelani, who has worked for Mclaren since 2014, and is already associating engineers with his transfer to Haas.
McLaren finished fourth in the Design Championship this season, the best result since 2014 , as well as bringing Carlos Carlos Sainz to the Woking team for the first podium in five years.
Cattelani's departure by mutual agreement hints at a fresh face coming to the team at ) For now, however, McLarn is reluctant to comment. A team spokesman said:
“We never comment on personnel matters.”