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Luca Furbatto
NationalityItalian
British
CitizenshipItalian, British
OccupationEngineer
EmployerAlfa Romeo F1 Team
Known forFormula One engineer
TitleChief designer

Luca Furbatto is an Italian and British Formula One engineer.

Biography

After working through his engineering qualifications in Turin, Italy and Leeds in the UK. Furbatto started work for the Tyrrell rebranded BAR F1 team as an performance engineer. He started working with the test team and then moved over to the race squad, before departing in the year 2000 for Toyota Motorsport.[1]

In 2001, he moved to McLaren Racing, where he worked as Head of Materials, growing the department exponentially and working on race winning machinery. He was promoted to project manager where he played a crucial role in the design of the 2010 and 2011 McLaren cars under the supervision of Paddy Lowe, before departing the team at the end of 2011 for Toro Rosso.[2]

At Toro Rosso Furbatto took up the position of Chief Designer, where he remained for three years. After a brief stint back with McLaren working on their GT series entries,[3][4] he was back as a Chief Designer for the Manor Team. He joined during the 2015 reshuffle and took responsibility for the 2016 designs.[5] It was a better year for the squad, but unfortunately money troubles continued to plague Manor and they folded ahead of the 2017 season. In June 2017 he joined Sauber Motorsport as Chief Designer.[6] He then became the Chief Designer at the Alfa Romeo Formula One team.[6] Furbatto is due to join Aston Martin F1 as their new Engineering Director at the start of 2022.[7]

References

  1. ^ "Luca Furbatto Formula 1 employee". Side Podcast.
  2. ^ "Toro Rosso strengthens technical team with Jon Tomlinson and Luca Furbatto". Autosport.
  3. ^ "Furbatto to join Stella at McLaren". F1 Fansite.
  4. ^ "Furbatto to join Stella at McLaren - report". Motorsport.com.
  5. ^ "Bob Bell joins Manor as part of 'ambitious plan'". Crash.net.
  6. ^ a b "Sauber Formula 1 team signs new technical personnel". Autosport.
  7. ^ "Aston Martin hire new Engineering Director and promote Andrew Green in tech team reshuffle". Formula1. 17 June 2021. Retrieved 17 June 2021.
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