Following the dismissal of Otmar Szafnauer at Alpine, Bruno Famen took over as interim team manager. The reorganization at Alpine continues and in Japan, Famen said his first priority was establishing better communication between the Enstone and Viri bases, rather than finding a team leader.
“I don’t have specific deadlines. [по поиску руководителя]because I don’t want to put pressure on myself,” Racingnews365 quotes Bruno Famen. – At this time I continue to evaluate all divisions, and the changes already made have led to positive results on the track.
I am happy with the drivers, their attitude and the way they do their work. The main challenge now is to achieve the same efficiency at our bases, and that is what I am doing now. The question is not about the competence of our employees, but about organizing effective joint work at the base.”
Source: F1 News
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