Steve Hallam

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Steve Hallam
Personal information
Nationality British
Born (1952-07-12) 12 July 1952 (age 64)
Sport
Country  United Kingdom
Sport Formula One (1982-2008)
NASCAR (2009-2011, 2016-)
V8 Supercars (2012-2016)
Team Team Lotus (1982-1990)
McLaren (1991-2008)
Michael Waltrip Racing (2009-2011)
Holden Racing Team (2012-2013)
Tekno Autosports (2014-2016)
Toyota Racing Development (2016-)

Steve Hallam (born 12 July 1952)[1] is the manager of vehicle support and team engineering for Toyota Racing Development]. From 2012 until 2016 he managed Australian V8 Supercars teams the Holden Racing Team and Tekno Autosports. Before this, he was Executive Vice President for Competition for Michael Waltrip Racing, Director of Race Engineering for the McLaren Formula 1 team, and before that various positions with the team and Team Lotus.

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  1. ^ a b Steve Hallam Bio Michael Waltrip Racing
  2. ^ Steve Hallam Grandprix.com
  3. ^ Steve Hallam speaks on joining Holden Racing Team Speedcafe 21 March 2012
  4. ^ Steve Hallam set to leave Tekno Autosports Speedcafe 29 March 2016
  5. ^ Steve Hallam joins Toyota Racing Development in managerial role Motosport.com 29 March 2016