Renault will be looking for a replacement Frederick Wasser

Renault не будет искать замену Фредерику Вассёру

The Renault team has no plans to find a replacement frédéric Vasseur, who left the post of Director, but instead will divide his responsibilities between several employees, according to AUTOSPORT.

On Wednesday the stable of Enstone was announced that by mutual agreement of the parties, the Frenchman leaves his post because of disagreements in views on methods of control.

Speaking at Autosport International, head of Renault Sport’s Cyril Abitbul made clear that a direct replacement for Vasser will not.

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“As I understand it, we are not going to look for a replacement Frederick at the head of the team, said Abitbul. Not to say that we are shocked by his departure and I’m afraid if it will weaken the team. This scenario has been discussed previously, including with him.

We tried to continue, but at some point I realized that this approach is not functioning. So I had to make this decision and move on.

If suddenly we feel that the team is really weakened and the absence of the Manager does not allow you to progress, take action. But don’t think this is necessary.

Much remains to be done, but we have a strong team. We have made big changes in the management structure at Viry, and I think the evidence of their effectiveness is the progress with the engine. The same applies to base in Enstone.

Many employees were transferred from Viry in Enstone, Rob white took over the post of chief operating officer.

We have attracted many new professionals, including senior positions. All these people will report to nick Chester [technical Director chassis]. One such example is the return of Kyron Pilbeam from McLaren.

In nick Chester, Bob bell, Rob white, Remy Taffin and Cyril Dumont, we received a very strong team.”

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