Cyril Abiteboul

Cyril Abiteboul makes Red Bull dominance claim

Ex-Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul believes Red Bull’s dominance is thanks to their “winning attitude”, to the point that they’re “strong everywhere”. This isn’t the first time that Red Bull have been the dominant side of the grid, with the outfit having been almost unbeatable from 2010-2013. Sebastian Vettel won the title in all four


Ex-Alpine boss slams team for not having a Lewis Hamilton

Cyril Abiteboul, once considered a Renault lifer, serving them for 20 years from 2001 until 2021, has lashed out at Alpine’s strategy. When Renault rebranded as Alpine in 2021, the French principal moved on. Now, Abiteboul has shared his opinions on Alpine’s current standings. 2023 looks like it will be the first time in years


Cyril Abiteboul addresses Hyundai’s rumoured F1 entry

After taking some time away from motorsport management, former Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul has returned to management with Hyundai Motorsport, who compete in the world rally championship. The Frenchman became an iconic part in Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’, often being found arguing or making subtle digs against Red Bull boss Christian Horner, even bragging


Cyril Abiteboul lands new role

Fans of Netflix’s ‘Drive to Survive’ will remember Cyril Abiteboul from his time with Renault, when he would often be seen arguing with Red Bull’s Christian Horner, following the energy drink giant’s decision to move away from Renault engines. Abiteboul gave fans one of the most iconic moments in the series, as he taunted Horner


Cyril Abiteboul edges closer to return

A familiar face might be returning to motorsport in the not so distant future, as Cyril Abiteboul is set to be announced as Hyundai’s WRC team principal. The South Korean carmaker has been linked with the Frenchman for a little now, after it was initially reported last month by Belgian newspaper La Derniere Heure that the 45-year-old


F1 driver insists he has no regrets about featuring in Drive to Survive

Formula 1 reserve driver Nico Hulkenberg says that, while he initially had reservations about appearing in Netflix’s Drive to Survive docuseries, he has “no regrets whatsoever” about his role in seasons one and two. Netflix first sent film crews out to the F1 paddock in 2018, and documented the highs, lows and everything in between


Marko responds to Abiteboul’s rumoured Red Bull move

Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko has vehemently denied rumours linking former Renault managing director Cyril Abiteboul to the team’s newly formed powertrains division. The Frenchman endured a torrid relationship with Red Bull team principal Christian Horner during Renault’s time supplying the Milton Keynes-based squad with engines in the turbo-hybrid era of Formula 1. Seven

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Alonso ‘Not Suffering At All Anymore’ From Cycling Accident – Alpine

Double World Champion Fernando Alonso will make his return to Formula One later this month, with him partnering Esteban Ocon at Alpine for the 2021 season. READ: Ralf Warns Mick Schumacher Won’t Have It Easy Against Mazepin Alonso last raced in the sport in 2018, and Marcin Budkowski, executive director of the newly rebranded Alpine

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