Mazda Convinced Of Updated Car's Promise Despite Tough Daytona Debut

From fleeing communist Romania to running an F1 team From a small village in Romania, Otmar Szafnauer's family fled the communist dictatorship to begin a new life in Detroit in the 1970s. Working in the car industry led to Szafnauer meeting Adrian Reynard, who in 1999 offered him a job at his new BAR team. Ten years later, that experience made him the perfect candidate to run the day-to-day operations of Force India, which has now become Racing Point. Over lunch in Oxford, JAMES ROBERTS hears the extraordinary life story of the man whose love of classic American cars prompted him to convince his father to flee to the United States... 1558742400 F1

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