Moving F1-Staff

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David George Chief Engineer at Honda Powertrain, has joined Ferrari but unsure on his capacity yet.

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ralphster7 wrote:
Mon May 29, 2023 3:06 pm
David George Chief Engineer at Honda Powertrain, has joined Ferrari but unsure on his capacity yet.
I found about 0 news on this what is your source ?

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David George has moved to Ferrari. It has been confirmed

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Oh David George is an interesting one. US HPD in Indy Car > RB/ Honda. Also has a NASCAR background too.

Looks like he left Honda in 2022 and has been adjuncting in the interim.

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Likely knows a thing or two about Honda’s ERS and 2026 engines are all about ERS.

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beschadigunc wrote:
Mon May 29, 2023 3:16 pm
ralphster7 wrote:
Mon May 29, 2023 3:06 pm
David George Chief Engineer at Honda Powertrain, has joined Ferrari but unsure on his capacity yet.
I found about 0 news on this what is your source ?
https://scuderiafans.com/ex-red-bull-en ... h-ferrari/

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dialtone wrote:
Mon May 29, 2023 3:29 pm
Likely knows a thing or two about Honda’s ERS and 2026 engines are all about ERS.
Maybe.

I know people who have worked at HPD, they have all sorts of firewalls between groups. It’s an interesting place, but they are very serious about data. For example the dyno engineers weren’t allowed to talk to the design engineers, as they don’t want one to influence the other. The data is the data.

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Jack Hordley joins McLaren as a suspension design specialist. Was previously at Williams, Mercedes and Alpha Tauri.

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https://www.planetf1.com/news/red-bull- ... aff-swoop/


Some more "speculation" of RB staff going to Ferrari...

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ralphster7
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*Emanuele Guidotti* Technical Lead for Ferrari (Engine) -> Mercedes HPP as Principal Engineer
*Angelo Rosetti* Fluid Dynamics and Combustion Lead Ferrari -> Red Bull Powertrains.

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I cant understand what is happening at Mercedes. Loic Serra to Ferrari is a big loss. He is a very senior engineers at Mercedes and he know very very much as performance engineer. Toto is talking about Red Bull engineers to Mercedes but there is no big name not even medium engineers. Loic Serra is just a too important man in Brackley to downplay or to minimalise his importance.

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Thijs Van Rees has left their at Red Bull as a senior aerodynamics engineer for Aston Martin as principle aerodynamicist

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ScottR267 wrote:
Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:51 pm
Thijs Van Rees has left their at Red Bull as a senior aerodynamics engineer for Aston Martin as principle aerodynamicist
Is there any gardening leave?

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AR3-GP wrote:
Thu Jul 27, 2023 12:43 am
ScottR267 wrote:
Wed Jul 26, 2023 9:51 pm
Thijs Van Rees has left their at Red Bull as a senior aerodynamics engineer for Aston Martin as principle aerodynamicist
Is there any gardening leave?
LinkedIn would suggest not