The day after his departure from Ferrari, Enrico Cardile lands at Aston Martin

It was expected, Enrico Cardile will be the new technical director of Aston Martin in 2025, an announcement which comes the day after his departure from Ferrari.

Published on 09/07/2024 à 12:09

Dorian Grangier

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The day after his departure from Ferrari, Enrico Cardile lands at Aston Martin

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We didn't have to wait long to find out Enrico Cardile's new destination in Formula 1. Monday, Ferrari announced departure with immediate effect of its technical director of the chassis and aerodynamics departments. This Tuesday, it's the turn ofAston Martin to announce the recruitment of the Italian engineer, who will take over the role of technical director of the British team in 2025.

A second strong finish at Silverstone after Andy Cowell's return to Formula 1 as CEO of the group. “I’m looking forward to joining Aston Martin, rejoiced Enrico Cardile. This is a personal and professional challenge and I look forward to working with the team to bring success to this iconic brand. »

“I welcome Enrico to Aston Martin as we look to strengthen the technical leadership team ahead of significant regulatory changes in 2026, Lawrence said. Stroll, Executive Chairman of Aston Martin. I am delighted that we continue to attract world-class talent to our team. Enrico shares my motivation to succeed in F1 and will have all the resources at his disposal to achieve this ambition. With Andy Cowell, who will join as CEO in October, and our current leaders, we are creating a formidable team. »

Enrico Cardile had joined Ferrari in 2005 as head of the thermal department working on the design of the GTE and GT3 entered in the GT championships and Endurance. In 2016, the Italian was promoted to sports management as head of aerodynamic development, then vehicle project manager. Since January 2021, Enrico Cardile has been head of the chassis department at Maranello, but also director of the aerodynamic department since 2023.

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Dorian Grangier

A young journalist nostalgic for the motorsport of yesteryear. Raised on the exploits of Sébastien Loeb and Fernando Alonso.

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Yves-Henri RANDIER

09/07/2024 at 12:29 a.m.

Would there still be a place for Adrian NEWEY who, according to his college friend Jeremy CLARKSON, has recently been looking for a house in Northamptonshire near Silverstone?

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