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Suzuki announces Brivio MotoGP exit, paving way for Alpine F1 move

Suzuki's MotoGP squad has confirmed the departure of team boss Davide Brivio, ahead of his imminent switch to the Alpine Formula 1 team. As exclusively revealed by Autosport on Wednesday, Brivio is to make a surprise move to Alpine to become its CEO as part of a management restructure. While Alpine's parent company Renault has so far declined to comment on the situation, Suzuki announced on Thursday morning Brivio was leaving MotoGP. Brivio helped lead Suzuki to its first MotoGP world titles in two decades last year, with the Japanese manufacturer winning the teams' title and Joan Mir the riders' crown. Speaking about his decision, Brivio says leaving Suzuki and MotoGP had not been an easy...
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