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John Owen (Formula One)

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John Owen
Born11 May 1973
NationalityUnited Kingdom British
EmployerMercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport
Known forFormula One engineer
TitleChief designer

John Owen is a British Formula One engineer. He is currently the chief designer at the Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Formula One team.[1]


Owen started his career in motorsport in Brackley in 2001, working as an aerodynamicist for chassis manufacturer Reynard Motorsport. A year later, he moved to Hinwil, Switzerland, to work for the Sauber team. In 2004, he was promoted to a senior aerodynamicist for the Swiss outfit. Three years later, he returned to Brackley as principal aerodynamicist for Honda. In 2010 he was promoted to Chief Designer for the Mercedes works team.[2] He currently leads the engineering team at Mercedes.[3] Owen was integral to the creation of DAS (Dual Axis Steering).[4]

Career timeline


  1. ^ "John Owen Biography". Mercedes F1 team.
  2. ^ "Men behind Mercedes design team". F1i.
  3. ^ "Mercedes announce technical shake up". F1 website.
  4. ^ "How Mercedes created DAS". Road and Track.
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