Cyril Abitboul leaves Renault’s operations, the press release suggests that Laurent Rossi will take him on his designation.
In a shocking update from the 2021 Formula 1 season onward, Cyril Abitboul Renault appears to be skipping ahead of the 2021 season, and will not be part of the Alpine project.
It has been further stated that Laurent Rossi will take over the group, this information has been made official by a press release.
“I would like to thank the Renault group over these many years, especially for rebuilding and rebuilding the team since 2016,” explains Cyril Abitboul.
“The solid foundation of the racing team and the institutions built over the years in France and England, the strategic development of the sport towards a more economically sustainable model, and the recent Alpine project that gives renewed meaning and momentum are very Good trajectory allows to move forward. “
He said, “I thank Luca de Meo for being involved with the construction of the Alpine business unit and I wish from the bottom of my heart the success of the new structure that he can claim.”
Meanwhile, Renault’s CEO, Luca de Mao, applauded and said that he is grateful to Abitbol for dedicating his year to Renault.
Luca de Mayo said, “I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to Cyril for his tireless participation, which ranked the Renault F1 team in the 2016 podium.”
“His remarkable work in F1 since 2007 allows us to look into the future, with a strong team to win the podium this year and the recognition of the new Alpine F1 team.”
Shocking revelation amid Renault’s progress
When Abitboul was speculated not to be included in the Alpine project, his departure from the Renault group is still shocking and, compared to the previous two years, he had a better season with Renault, as the team finished with three podiums , And the team won the last one in 2011.
Big news in F1 circle. Not only would Cyril Abitbol take up his expected role, but lead the Alpine brand, he left the entire Renault operation. Laurent Rossi has been named Alpine CEO, soon to be confirmed as to who will command the F1 team.
A renaissance indeed.
– Will Buxton (@wbuxtonofficial) January 11, 2021
However, what changes will be ahead of Alpine from 2020 is awaited, as most of the current setup in the team was built by Abitboul.