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Ferrari brings Dyer replacement: Red Bull strategist switches to Ferrari

Ferrari gets Dyer replacement
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G great chair back at Ferrari. After the strategy error in the season finale in Abu Dhabi, which cost Fernando Alonso the world title, the Italians strengthen the team at the pit wall. After racing engineer Pat Fry moved from McLaren to Maranello at the end of June, Scuderia has now announced the second top-class newcomer. Red Bull strategy expert Neil Martin will be working for the Reds in the new season.

The 38-year-old Englishman also worked for McLaren in Formula 1 before his job at Red Bull At that time, he convinced those responsible in Woking of his qualities with a strategy program he developed himself for car racing. Martin should work one hierarchy level under Technical Director Aldo Costa in the coming season.

Scapegoat Chris Dyer is ousted

Pat Fry, who was bought in as Costa’s deputy, will receive an additional 2011 in addition to this role, the job as chief race engineer. This role was last held by Chris Dyer, who was partly responsible for the tactical error in Abu Dhabi.

It is not yet clear which position Dyer will take on in the future. 'His role within the company will be redefined in the next few days,' said Scuderia in a press release.

Ferrari restructuring for better teamwork

With the now completed Luca di Montezemolo and Stefano Domenicali followed up their announcements with deeds. Even before Christmas, the president and the team boss had changes to the organizational structure in order to improve the teamwork both in the factory and on the track.


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