Motor racing-McLaren part company with technical director Key

FILE PHOTO: The McLaren logo is seen on the McLaren 765LT at its launch at the McLaren headquarters in Woking, Britain, March 3, 2020. REUTERS/Peter NichollS

LONDON (Reuters) - McLaren announced the departure of technical director James Key on Thursday after the Formula One team failed to score a point in the first two races of the season.

The former champions said they had decided to move away from a single technical director and create an executive team of three reporting directly to principal Andrea Stella.

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