Sanchez, a new team immediately after the sudden farewell to McLaren?

Sanchez, a new team immediately after the sudden farewell to McLaren?

After parting ways with McLaren after just 3 months, David Sanchez can soon start a new journey.

Sanchez Alpine
Sanchez, did you immediately join Alpine after the sudden departure of McLaren? Scuderia Ferrari

The work of David Sanchez in Formula 1 in the last year can be described as a real roller coaster. After honoring the garden period following his farewell to Ferrari in the first months of 2023, A French engineer had accepted the McLaren project, employed in the position of Technical Director, Car Concept and Performance.

Is Sanchez leaving Alpine again?

However, his adventure in Woking lasted only three months, and McLaren who preferred to opt for an amicable separation allowing the coach to settle into the new team as soon as possible.

This team, as reported by autosport-web, it could be Alpine. A famous Japanese newspaper has spoken the truth Sanchez who was about to move to Enstone, while the French team has undergone major changes in the field of technical personnel in recent months.

Unlike his role at McLaren, Sanchez would join Alpine as Chief Technical Officer, filling the void left by Pat Frywho had packed his bags with team principal Otmar Szafnauer and sporting director Alan Permane last summer.

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In French it will be Enstone’s return, having taken his first steps in Formula 1 at Renault in 2005 as an aero specialist. and then started a very long journey first McLaren, and then Ferrari.

The aforementioned goodbyes are not the only ones, either Matt Harman and Dirk De Beertechnical director and head of aerodynamics respectively, who have paid the price for a poor start to the season for the French team, which finds itself last in the constructors’ championship and with the A524 is lacking compared to rival cars.

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