Renault’s motorsport division for 2021 is experiencing the next big change. After the change of name to Alpine was already adopted, sports president Jerome Stoll has now said goodbye. Stoll missed the plan from 2015 for the French to return to the winning teams in the 2019 season, but this year they showed a growing trend for the first time with three steps. In addition, he was responsible for all motorsport genres of the French manufacturer. Thus, under his leadership, Renault won three team and one Formula E racing title. "Jerome's connection to the company and the belief that motorsport is part of our brand's DNA contributed to Renault's return to Formula 1 as a complete team," the new boss said. Renault Luca de Meo. “His experience and expertise gained during his curry
When Esteban Ocon was second to cross the Sakhir Grand Prix finish line, he couldn’t hold back a tear of happiness. Last but not least, the young Frenchman, who has experienced quite a few disappointments in his career, was able to look forward to his first steps. And the whole Renault team was looking forward to it. Cyril Abiteboul also emphasized after the penultimate race of the season: “I am really happy for Esteban, we had success with Daniel Ricciard, but he is leaving us and it was important to celebrate success with Esteban, who will be racing for us next year as well. We felt that the podium was within reach, but for various reasons and also problems with reliability, which was not his fault, we did not manage to climb the podium with him until this race, but this time everything fit and finally we can he, too, rejoices in such great success. "
Racing Point wondered, among other things, why Alonso will be allowed to take part in the Young Racers test, which is mainly reserved for young talents who have not driven more than two Formula 1 races. On the other hand, Alonso, a two-time world champion, has 311 However, in one of the two days of testing in Abu Dhabi, he will be sitting in this year 's RS20 RS team car because the FIA has changed the rules so that any racer who has not participated in this season can compete. Alonso is excited about the fact that he already has worried rivals before returning to Formula 1 next year. “I know there’s a lot of talk about me,” the Spaniard told Sky Sports F1. "I'm glad the competitors are so worried about our test. I'm just getting used to the speed and everyone can be more relaxed because I'm not going to develop anything." Fernando Alonso