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Monchaux Unveiled as New Alfa Romeo Technical Director as Resta Returns to Ferrari

Alfa Romeo Racing have unveiled Jan Monchaux as their new Technical Director after it was announced that Simone Resta would be leaving, with rumours seeing him making a return to Scuderia Ferrari. Monchaux will move over from his role as Head of Aerodynamics to take over the Technical Director role at Hinwil on 1 August when Resta takes his leave of absence before he makes the move back to Maranello, and he is excited by the new challenge. He also feels those working within Alfa Romeo should have an improved sense of value knowing that they are willing to promote from within rather than seek a replacement from outside the company. “I am very excited about this new challenge and I am...
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