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McLaren: Not expecting Red Bull to release its chief aero early



d12gbr630-640x427McLaren not expecting that Red Bull to release its chief aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou early, following his deal confirms with Woking based outfit.

In the Japanese Grand Prix weekend, Red Bull chief aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou confirms that he will join with McLaren in 2015 F1 season.

His current Red Bull deal will expire at end of 2015. Following the new deal, Red Bull states that hurry to release Prodromou leave.

“Peter’s a great guy and he’s a core part of their organisation, I can’t see any incentive for Red Bull to release him early. McLaren managing director Jonathan Neale said during a Vodafone teleconference.

“We’d be happy if he was starting first thing tomorrow morning, but we do fully respect Red Bull’s position as we do when we’re recruiting anybody from another organisation.

“Peter’s a key part of their operation at the moment and we look forward to welcoming him here.”

“Who knows what will happen over the course of a year, but the timing is Red Bull’s and it’s up to them to decide, not for McLaren,” he added.

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