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Mercedes’ technical leadership will have a new look next season, after the Brackley team announced a significant reshuffle which includes key figures Aldo Costa and Mark Ellis leaving their roles.
Mercedes Formula 1 engineering director Aldo Costa will step back and move into a consultancy role for 2019 as part of a shake-up of the team’s technical structure