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Mike Elliott (Formula One)

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Mike Elliott
Born4 June 1974
NationalityUnited Kingdom British
OccupationFormula 1 Technical Director, Aerodynamicist
EmployerMercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport
Known forFormula One aerodynamicist
TitleTechnical director

Mike Elliott is a British Formula One aerodynamicist. He is currently the technical director at the Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport Formula One team.[1]

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Elliott started his career in motorsport in 2000 as an aerodynamicist for McLaren. In 2002, he then became a trackside aerodynamicist before progressing on to being the team leader for aerodynamic performance at McLaren in 2006. In 2008, he moved to the Renault F1 team to become the principle aerodynamicist,[2] he stayed with the Enstone team until 2012 when he moved to Mercedes to become the head of aerodynamics.[3] In 2017 he replaced Geoff Willis as technology director at Mercedes.[4] In 2021 he succeeded James Allison as technical director at the team.[5]

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  1. ^ "Mike Elliott  Biography". Mercedes F1 team.
  2. ^ "F1 frontline". Motorsport Magazine.
  3. ^ "Technical reshuffle at Mercedes". GP Today.
  4. ^ "Men behind Mercedes design team". F1i.
  5. ^ "Mercedes announce new Technical Director as James Allison steps back from day-to-day role". 9 April 2021. Retrieved 12 April 2021.
This page was last edited on 9 June 2021, at 19:46
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