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F1 Technical expert Paddy Lowe joining Mercedes on June 3rd



Former McLaren technical director Paddy Lowe will be joining to Mercedes GP on June 3rd. Lowe will take the role as Technical Director, beside with Team Principal Ross Brawn and Executive Director Toto Wolff.

Last March McLaren announced that Lowe was exit from his role as technical director because he was moving to another Formula 1 team.

Lowe’s union is a vital reformation of the Mercedes F1 team, specially 2008 Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton (Former McLaren ace) drives for Mercedes.

“I am excited to become part of a highly talented and capable technical organisation. The team has already produced probably the fastest car of the 2013 season while the technical challenges of the new regulations for 2014 will give us the opportunity to maximise the synergies available to a works manufacturer.” Lowe said.

“That is a challenge I am relishing. I have worked closely with Mercedes-Benz for almost 20 years and deeply admire the company’s phenomenal commitment to Formula One. I look forward to much success together in the years ahead. “

Mercedes Team Principal Ross Brawn commented about the Lowe’s amalgamation: “I am delighted to welcome Paddy to the team and to begin working together. He has an excellent record of success in the sport and would be an asset to any of our rivals in the pit lane. It is no secret that every team is facing a significant balancing act between this year and next.

“But it is perhaps less obvious that we will also see major changes for the 2015 and 2016 seasons, as development progresses with the new generation of car design and Power Unit. To deliver in these circumstances, a successful team needs strength in depth. Paddy’s arrival will further strengthen our organisation and puts us in a strong position for the future. “
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