Honda appoint chief aerodynamicist.

Posted: May 11, 2006 by Neeraj in aerodynamics, External, Formula-One, Honda, News, Teams

As reported on

The decision comes as the Brackley based team prepare for the final commissioning of its new state of the art wind tunnel, with building work on the full scale tunnel nearly completed. As such Alperin-Bruvera will now lead the efforts of a ‘significantly’ expanded team of aerodynamicists, designers, technicians and model-makers, which work alongside a similar group at the Dome facility in Japan.

“Mariano Alperin-Bruvera has been part of this team since the beginning and a key player in its progress to date,” explained Honda’s technical director, Geoff Willis. “His new role will see him step up from head of one of our two aero development groups to a position of overall aerodynamic leadership. I have every confidence that in the position of chief aerodynamicist, Mariano will continue to play a pivotal role in our team’s pursuit of its championship ambitions.”

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