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Cars: Suzuki is looking for team manager, but Davide Brivio will not be 2022

tap injury: Itter miss Osnabrück For the time being

 tap injury: Itter miss Osnabrück For the time being Davide-Jerome Itter has moved a tap injury and will be missing the VFL Osnabrück for the time being. Most of his companions are two of his colleagues. © Imago Images / Osnapix must insert a forced break: Davide Jerome Itter. All-clear at Traoré Three Osnabrücker prepared in the state cup game at SV Atlas Delmenhorst (3: 0). Worst of the worst it caught it, who had to be replaced during the first half.

Shinichi Sahara ist auf der Suche nach einem neuen Teammanager © Motorsport Images Shinichi Sahara is looking for a new team manager

as a team manager Davide Brivio after the successful MotoGP season 2020 from Suzuki said goodbye and to Alpine in the Formula 1 switched, his place was not recovered. Suzuki shared his tasks on several people. Especially project manager Shinichi Sahara got much more responsibility.

during the year showed that Sahara has too much to do and a team manager is missing. At the same time, rumors suggest that Brivio could leave the Alpine team again after a year. Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi wants to restructure management in winter.

Thus, it was logical that Brivio was associated with a return to Suzuki. But that will not happen, at least next year not yet. "Davide is still a good friend of mine," says Sahara.

"We sometimes make phone calls, even during a race weekend. I wish that he has successful days in Formula 1. In the future, we can hopefully work together again, but next year this will not be the case."

Nevertheless, Suzuki is likely to have a new team manager after next year. "I work on the structure for the next year to sign a new team manager from the outside," confirms Sahara. "I can say that we are in the final conversations. I can not say more at the moment."

No danger for Fabio Quartararo: Joan me "With the situation dissatisfied" .
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