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Renault ring the changes at their Enstone HQ

Team principal Frédéric Vasseur steps down, while long-time engine boss Rob White takes charge of operations in the UK


Renault have reorganised their management team as they seek to improve on their difficult first season back in the sport as a works entry. Rob White, who has run the engine operation at Viry-Châtillon in Paris for the past few years, has moved to the Enstone chassis base in the UK, where he will be operations director.

White will be responsible for ensuring the smooth running of an expanded workforce, which has grown by about 100 since Renault’s takeover of Lotus to around 560. Another 100 staff are expected to join by the end of 2017.

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