What started as a slight rumor a few days ago has intensified and everything indicates that in In the next few weeks it is announced that Davide Br
What started as a slight rumor a few days ago has intensified and everything indicates that in In the next few weeks it is announced that Davide Brivio will return to the Suzuki leadership in MotoGP. It is believed that the internal organization of the Alpine team has not convinced Brivio and it is no wonder. Previously, the case of Frédéric Vasseur and Cyril Abiteboul sharing leadership was presented and now the position of Brivio, general management, can also be carried out by Marcin Budkowski, while at the top is Laurent Rossi, without leaving aside the bureaucratic part of Renault. In other words, Brivio’s weight in decision-making is negligible.
Another version indicates that Brivio has not yet managed to adapt to life in England, but the one that takes more strength is that the Italian manager left the leadership of the Suzuki team convinced that he was going to play a position of equal importance in Formula 1 and even now it has not. Brivio’s resignation would be somewhat of a surprise since he hasn’t even completed a year with the Alpine F1 team. But the announcement is apparently forthcoming, it is expected to be in the next few days, when the MotoGP lands at the Misano circuit.
Suzuki has supposedly made a good offer for Brivio to come back as without his leadership they have lost a lot of ground to Yamaha and Ducati. In addition to his ability to manage internal relations between the Japanese manufacturer and the rest of the staff, an exchange between Joan Mir and Fabio Quartararo is expected for the next season and in such a situation a proven team leader is required who is up to the task. new commitment. From the Moto GP they indicate that Shinichi Sahara, Suzuki’s highest representative, is in search of a manager, he offered the position to former pilot Wilko Zeelenberg, but upon receiving a negative response, he chose to make a new proposal to Brivio and Everything indicates that the Italian prefers to be a boss in MotoGP than a subordinate in Formula 1.
Via | Moto.it