Andreas Seidl: McLaren appoint German as new boss of Formula 1 team

Seidl’s recruitment in the new role of managing director is the latest in a series of management changes aimed at making McLaren competitive again.
Seidl, who worked in F1 for BMW from 2000-09, does not yet have a specific start date because McLaren have yet to agree a leaving date with Porsche.
Brown’s role is not to run the F1 team on a day-to-day basis – as chief executive officer, he has authority over all of McLaren’s racing activities, including the IndyCar programme set up for this season and a potential future entry into the World Endurance Championship.

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