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Renault announces management changes

– Renault Sport F1 has announced a series of changes to its management structure, following President and Managing Director Jean-Michel Jalinier's decision to retire.According to the French manufacturer, Jalinier, who has worked his way through the ranks since joining in 1985, "decided to exercise his right to retirement for personal reasons."Jérôme Stoll will take on Jalinier's role in addition to his current Chief Performance Officer, Group Sales and Marketing Director positions.Cyril Abiteboul, formerly Team Principal at Caterham, has been signed as the brand's new Managing Director and will report directly to Stoll.
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