Martin Whitmarsh joins Aston Martin

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Former McLaren team boss Martin Whitmarsh has been recruited to the new role of Group Chief Executive Officer of Aston Martin Performance Technologies.

Whitmarsh, you’ll recall, was the the helm of McLaren where he worked for 25 years (1989-2014) in various senior positions including Group Chief Executive Officer and Formula One Team Principal for six years (2008-2014).

Whitmarsh was at McLaren for more than 100 grands price and we Lewis Hamilton’s team boss while he was there. Whitmarsh was also Chairman of the Formula One Teams’ Association for four years (2009-2013).

I’ve read a few articles recently quoting Whitmarsh about how he’d left many social issues undone and how or what he would have done differently so I was certain he would pop up somewhere and now we know where.

Lawrence Stroll, Executive Chairman, Aston Martin Lagonda and Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team, said: “I am very pleased to announce that Martin [Whitmarsh] will be joining us as Group Chief Executive Officer of the new Aston Martin Performance Technologies, from October 1st 2021.

“Martin will enjoy senior leadership responsibility and will assist and support me in setting the new strategic direction for Aston Martin Performance Technologies and its subsidiaries, including the crucial objective of leading the transformation of Aston Martin Cognizant Formula One™ Team into a Formula One World Championship-winning organisation within the next four to five years, and evolving it into a £1 billion business over a similar time period.

“Martin has enjoyed a long, successful and high-profile career, spanning the motorsport, automotive, aerospace, marine and renewable-energy sectors.

“Moreover, he is a proven winner in Formula One. He is therefore the ideal person for the job of working with me and our senior management team to lead and inspire our workforce to future success both on and off track.”

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