Zak Brown has become the McLaren Formula 1 team’s new CEO, as part of an operational restructure of the outfit’s parent company.
The decision to simplify the structure has allowed the team to appoint a more defined management structure to help deal better with future growth.
McLaren’s F1 racing director Eric Boullier’s role remains unchanged and he will report directly to Brown.
“These latest developments are a natural consequence of that work and are designed to bring greater simplicity and clarity to the structure and leadership of the group.”
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