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Suzuki team boss Davide Brivio leaving MotoGP for F1?

Get MotoGP news in your inbox! By signing up to the newsletter you agree to receive emails from crash.net that may occasionally include promotional content Leave this field blank After leading Suzuki to its first MotoGP title since 2000, multiple publications are reporting that team manager Davide Brivio is to leave the project for a senior role at Renault's rebranded Alpine F1 team. Asked for comment, Suzuki told Crash.net they can neither confirm or deny the reports, but an official statement on Brivio's departure is now widely expected within the next few days. Brivio was one of the key people to convince Valentino Rossi to make a shock move from Honda to Yamaha at the end of the 2003...
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