Marcin Budkowski

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Prost reveals ‘personal relationship’ led to his Alpine departure

Alpine’s shake-up has continued this week with the news that non-executive director Alain Prost is set to leave Renault’s motorsport brand. The Frenchman drove for Renault between 1981 and 1983 in Formula 1, before winning his four world championships between 1985 and 1993 with McLaren and Williams. The Frenchman then ran his own Prost team

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Aston Martin announce Mike Krack as new team principal

Following Otmar Szafnauer’s departure as team principal last week, Aston Martin have confirmed the appointment of Mike Krack as their new team boss. Previously BMW’s head of race and test engineering, Krack worked with Aston Martin driver Sebastian Vettel as an engineer at the Swiss BMW Sauber team over a decade ago ago, and is

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Szafnauer linked to Alpine following Budkowski’s departure

Former Aston Martin team principal Otmar Szafnauer is being linked with a move to Alpine, following the team announcing the departure of Marcin Budkowski as executive director. In the meantime, Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi will “temporarily ensure the team’s management” before they secure a replacement. The Frenchman displayed his gratitude to the departing Budkowski, who


Alpine ‘Managing The Ball’ As Concerns Over Exhaust Penalties Grow

The Alpine F1 Team is concerned about taking grid penalties later in the season for using more than the permitted number of exhausts, Marcin Budkowski, executive director of the French team, has revealed. Formula 1 teams are allowed to use eight exhausts per driver each season, but due to special circumstances, Alpine limited the mileage


Alpine Boss Praises ‘Mind-Blowing’ Fernando Alonso On F1 Return

Marcin Budkowski, the Alpine F1 Team’s executive director, has hailed Fernando Alonso’s “mind-blowing” race craft and speed.   The double World Champion returned to Formula 1 this season after a two-year hiatus, and after having a rather steady start to 2021t, he has been reminding everyone of his sheer pace in the last few races. READ:

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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