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Suzuki confirms Brivio exit amid expected Alpine F1 switch

Suzuki has announced that Davide Brivio has departed as its MotoGP boss amid his expected switch to a role with the Alpine Formula 1 team. Brivio has spent the last eight years as Suzuki’s Team Manager in MotoGP, culminating in the squad winning the 2020 Teams’ title, and Joan Mir claiming the Riders’ crown. It is anticipated that Brivio is set to take on a senior position within the Alpine Formula 1 team for the 2021 season, with current Executive Director Marcin Budkowski also expected to take on greater responsibility following its transition from Renault. “A new professional challenge and opportunity suddenly came to me and in the end I decided to take it,” said Brivio in a...
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