Question: Does Cyril run Alpine?

Long-time Renault Formula 1 boss Cyril Abiteboul has left the company and will not head up the Alpine brand as expected. Abitebouls departure follows Jerome Stolls resignation as Renault Sport Racing president at the end of 2020. It means two high-profile senior figures depart ahead of the Alpine transformation.

What happened to Cyril F1 Renault?

Cyril Abiteboul has joined motorsport engineering company Mecachrome as their motorsport advisor, five months after vacating his role as Team Principal of Renaults Formula 1 operation.

Why did Renault switch to Alpine?

And why did they change its name to Alpine this season? This year, Renault boss Luca De Meo reorganized the company to put greater focus on its four key brands – Renault, Dacia, Alpine, and New Mobility. Alpine is their sports car brand, and it made sense to promote it via the greatest motor-racing sport on Earth.

Why did Renault F1 changing to Alpine?

And why did they change its name to Alpine this season? This year, Renault boss Luca De Meo reorganized the company to put greater focus on its four key brands – Renault, Dacia, Alpine, and New Mobility. Alpine is their sports car brand, and it made sense to promote it via the greatest motor-racing sport on Earth.

Who is Alpine F1 replacing?

Now, as we have it, the chassis is being produced by the Enstone-based team and christened as Alpine, but the Renault name will remain as the Renault E-TECH hybrid engine provided, developed in Viry-Chatillon. There are also talks of Renault providing engines to Alfa Romeo in the near future.

Is Alpine still Renault?

Now, as we have it, the chassis is being produced by the Enstone-based team and christened as Alpine, but the Renault name will remain as the Renault E-TECH hybrid engine provided, developed in Viry-Chatillon. There are also talks of Renault providing engines to Alfa Romeo in the near future.

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