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GP Week : Issue 199
F1 >>> nEWs This issue of GPWEEK comes to you with the support of With a world-class development-stage asset, WTR are on the path to become a major mineral sands producer in Madagascar. CLICK HERE for more information on this ASX-listed company Building a Tier 1 Mineral Sands Company GMP Mining Jamboree February 2013 Bruce Griffin – CEO Former Ferrari engineer Rob smedley started work for the Williams Formula 1 team at the weekend's Bahrain Grand Prix. Smedley, who worked as Felipe Massa's race engineer at Ferrari from 2006-13, has taken up the role of Head of Vehicle Performance. He will be running the pit-wall on race weekends and will be the senior engineer at the track working under chief technical officer Pat Symonds and liasing with former ‘pit-wall’ engineer Rod Nelson, who will now be back at the Control Room at the Williams factory on race weekends. It is hoped that the Smedley/Nelson relationship will provide improved communication between factory and race team at the track – considered a key ingredient for modern F1 success.. Rob Smedley first worked as Felipe Massa's race engineer at the 2006 European Grand Prix at the Nurburgring, and 134 subsequent races (inclusing 11 wins), the relationship only ending when Massa left Ferrari at the end of last year. Smedley has been on brief ‘gardening leave’ since. SMEDlEY jOiNS FEliPE AT WilliAMS 11 GPWEEK.com // 11 GPWEEK.com // PARTNERS: