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Renault F1 boss Thierry Koskas leaves before starting new role

Thierry Koskas (centre) talking to Renault managing director and team principal Cyril Abiteboul



The man appointed as the new boss of Renault's Formula 1 programme has left the French car company before even taking up his new position.

Thierry Koskas was named president of Renault Sport in November, and attended the season-closing Abu Dhabi Grand Prix on a fact-finding mission.

Read more: Renault F1 boss Thierry Koskas leaves before starting new role

Max Verstappen to 'observe stewards' at Formula E Marrakesh race as part of shoving punishment




Max Verstappen will serve part of his punishment for shoving Esteban Ocon "as an observer to the stewards" at Saturday's Formula E race in Marrakesh.

The Dutchman, 21, has to do two days of "public service" after an angry row with his fellow driver following the Formula 1 race in Brazil in November.

Read more: Max Verstappen to 'observe stewards' at Formula E Marrakesh race as part of shoving punishment

Andreas Seidl: McLaren appoint German as new boss of Formula 1 team

Andreas Seidl, McLaren's new technical director, previously worked in F1 for BMW



McLaren have appointed German Andreas Seidl as the new boss of their struggling Formula 1 team.

Seidl's recruitment in the new role of managing director is the latest in a series of management changes aimed at making McLaren competitive again.

Read more: Andreas Seidl: McLaren appoint German as new boss of Formula 1 team

Ferrari: Mattia Binotto replaces Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal

Arrivabene became Ferrari's team principal in 2014



Maurizio Arrivabene has been replaced as Ferrari team principal by former technical boss Mattia Binotto.

Arrivabene had held the role for four years and a Ferrari statement said the decision was made by "the company's top management after lengthy discussions."

Read more: Ferrari: Mattia Binotto replaces Maurizio Arrivabene as team principal


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