The rebranding of the outfit from Renault over the winter culminated in a management overhaul, with former team boss Cyril Abiteboul leaving the French car manufacturer. As part of a new organisation imposed by Alpine's road car CEO Laurent Rossi, there will be no direct replacement for Abiteboul. Instead, his former responsibilities will be split between executive director Marcin Budkowski, and new racing director Davide Brivio. Laurent Rossi, Alpine Chief Executive Officer Photo by: Alpine Rossi said that the areas of responsibility for both men were clear, as he felt there was no need to make any further changes after last season. "Marcin will be in charge of the development of the chassis and the powertrain, so he’ll coordinate the whole development of the car," explained Rossi. "Davide will be racing director. "So the two of them will work in tandem to extract the best out of the car, that has been designed to put us into the best position in the future. The rest of the team are keeping their existing line structures: to Marcin in Enstone or to myself in Viry. "It is a bit of a different situation because it’s a new manufacturer if you will, but… Read full this story
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