Jérôme Stoll hands Renault Sports to Thierry Koskas on January 1, 2019 when a French manufacturer confirms his commitment to Formula One.
Just reporting directly to the Chairman of the Group Executive Board and CEO Carlos Ghosn and aims to "bring the team to the highest disciplines" and "to ensure that Formula 1's contribution to the reputation of the Renault brand is strengthened globally."
The French director has been working in Renault since 1997 and became Sales and Marketing Vice President at the beginning of 2016.
Since 1980, Renault has been running Renault Sport since 2016 when the company returned to F1 as a work item after Lotus bought it at the end of 2015.
With the retirement of the cards at Stoll in 65 years in 2019, the change is intended to ensure the continuity of Renault Sport as its five-year plan in F1 continues.
Renault Sport F1 player Cyril Abiteboul is still responsible for the manufacturer's overall efforts in the Grand Prix, which oversees both Enstone and Viry-Châtillon platforms and engines.
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