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Suzuki 'shocked' by Brivio departure as MotoGP team boss

Suzuki MotoGP project leader Shinichi Sahara says Davide Brivio's decision to leave his role as team manager for a switch to Formula 1 with Alpine "was shocking" to him. On Wednesday, Autosport exclusively revealed Brivio would be leaving his role at Suzuki to become CEO of the Alpine F1 team in 2021. On Thursday morning Suzuki confirmed Brivio's exit from the squad he has helmed since 2013 as it geared up for a full-time return in 2015, with the Italian having served a 20-year spell with Yamaha in both World Superbikes and MotoGP from 1990 to 2010 before that. Brivio guided Suzuki to its first race wins since 2007 in 2016, with the marque ending a two-decade world championship...
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