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Allison set for Mercedes, so what next for Lowe?

Paddy Lowe’s departure hints at discord behind the scenes, but Mercedes have a plan to replace him within the coming months


Paddy Lowe, the technical author of Mercedes’ three consecutive title doubles, became the most sought-after property on the Formula 1 job market, as F1 Racing closed for press.

Lowe’s shock exit from Mercedes placed him at the centre of a tech merry-go-round, following the departure of Pat Symonds as Williams’ chief technical officer and the widely expected return to F1 of ex-Ferrari technical boss James Allison.

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