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Jerome Stoll will remain president of Renault Sport

Jerome Stoll will remain in charge of Renault Sport this year following the departure from the French company of his planned successor, Thierry Koskas. Last November, Renault announced that Stoll would hand over the reins of the company's sporting division to Koskas, an executive vice-president of sales and marketing, on January 1. "Jerome Stoll will continue in his role as President of Renault Sport Racing following the departure of Thierry Koskas from Groupe Renault," the company said in a statement. Budkowski sees Renault in attack mode for the next three years Renault did not reveal why Koskas had departed the company. The turn of events could however be linked to the...
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