Aston Martin F1 announces Cardile’s arrival date and future role

Aston Martin F1 announces Cardile’s arrival date and future role
Aston Martin F1 announces Cardile’s arrival date and future role

Aston Martin has announced that Enrico Cardileformer Ferrari chassis technical director, will join the team next year as technical director of the Formula 1 team.

Just 24 hours after Ferrari finally confirmed Cardile’s departure, Aston Martin has announced what was expected.

But Cardile will now have to complete a period of gardening before taking up his new role in early 2025 with the aim of helping to boost the Aston Martin project.

The Italian has already spoken about his new opportunity“I’m looking forward to joining Aston Martin. The ambition and desire are clear, it’s a unique opportunity to be part of this journey. It’s a personal and professional challenge, and I’m looking forward to working with the team to achieve success with this iconic brand.”

Cardile’s arrival comes a week after Aston Martin announced that former Mercedes engine boss, Andy Cowellwould also join as CEO.

The Silverstone-based team also is the favourite to sign Adrian Neweywho is currently weighing up his future with a view to a decision that is likely to be made during the summer.

Aston Martin chief executive Lawrence Stroll has said Cardile’s arrival is good news for the team, and has promised the Italian everything necessary to carry out his work.

“I would like to welcome Enrico to Aston Martin as we look to strengthen the technical leadership team ahead of the significant regulatory changes in 2026,” he said.

“I am delighted that we continue to attract top-class talent to our team. Enrico shares my motivation to achieve success in Formula 1 and will have all the resources at his disposal to make that ambition a reality.”

“Together with Andy Cowell, who will join as CEO in October, and our current leadership, we are building an impressive team,” added the billionaire and owner of the team.

The team manager, Mike Kracksuggested that Cardile’s contribution to the team’s technical structure is invaluable: “Enrico has almost 20 years’ experience at Ferrari and will bring a fresh perspective to our technical strategy.”

“This is a key signing for the team as we move towards the new 2026 regulations, an important step in our journey,” he concluded.

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Photo by: Glenn Dunbar / Motorsport Images

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