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Budkowski leaves Alpine's Formula 1 team

Alpine has announced that Marcin Budkowski has left his role as the Formula 1 team’s Executive Director with immediate effect. Budkowski joined the squad under its Renault guise at the end of 2017, in a move that caused controversy, having previously worked at the FIA. He held roles at Prost, Ferrari and McLaren prior to […]
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