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The McLaren Racing story began in 1963, and from day one we set an incredible pace. Today, we’re continuing to build on the legacy you’ll find in every photograph. Through each team member, every day. And if you join us at our state of the art, ecologically advanced McLaren Technology Centre, you’ll play your part in our story.
Manufacturing & Production
Graduate vacancies: 5
We are able to provide refresh training, as well as rotations and an integrated approach to the return to skill.
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Name: Kenny Kong
Job Title: Specialist, Reliability Engineer
Engineering Discipline: Reliability / Performance
Kenny joined McLaren Racing in 2019 as a Reliability Engineer in Formula One, whose role is to ensure the cars finish a race: from how they are designed, built and operated, to investigate what happened when something goes wrong.
During a race weekend, Kenny is in Mission Control monitoring live data to understand the cars’ behaviours, to ensure whilst the team is maximising performance, reliability is not being compromised.
Before F1, Kenny had a career as an automotive Quality Engineer, initially focussed in launch and production before specialising in design quality and failure avoidance, had worked in a number of British car makers including McLaren Automotive and Jaguar Land Rover.
Drawing on his experience and knowledge, Kenny applies design and problem solving methodologies into the fast-pace, ever moving world of motorsports to get the cars past the chequered flag.