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Alpine F1 sign ex-MotoGP boss Davide Brivio as new racing director

by A.P.

Davide Brivio joins Alpine for first year of Renault rebrand after overseeing Suzuki’s MotoGP project; Italian is team’s new racing director although specific role and responsibilities will be announced in coming weeks

The Alpine Formula 1 team have confirmed the appointment of former MotoGP team boss Davide Brivio as their new racing director as Renault’s rebranded outfit continue their big 2021 shake-up.

Alpine are a new name on the grid for this season as Renault give their performance sub-brand the full F1 treatment, and the French manufacturer had already confirmed long-time boss Cyril Abiteboul’s exit this January.

Now, the expected arrival of Brivio – who was a respected team manager of MotoGP’s Suzuki – has been announced, although Alpine say ‘his specific role and responsibilities will be announced in the coming weeks’.

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