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Frederic Vasseur leaves Renault leading role

Renault team boss Frederic Vasseur has stepped down, with Jerome Stoll & Cyril Abiteboul taking over the day to day running of the team. Renault announced on Wednesday that a mutual agreement was reached between themselves and Vasseur, with the former boss stepping down immediately. However, it is expected that Vasseur will be taking up a new role within the team, having worked as team boss since Renault returned as a fully-fledged factory outfit at the start of 2016. Renault are currently expanding their operations for 2017, and have announced that their new car will be launched on February 21. Renault Former engine boss Rob White has taken over as Chief Operating Officer at Enstone,...
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