PARIS (Reuters) – Jerome Stoll will stay on as president of Renault Sport Racing, which includes the Formula One team, after the sudden departure of Thierry Koskas, the executive who was supposed to replace him.
Koskas, who was a member of Renault’s executive committee reporting to chairman and chief executive Carlos Ghosn, was appointed as 64-year-old Stoll’s successor last November and had been due to start this month.
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“Jerome Stoll will continue in his role as President of Renault Sport Racing following the departure of Thierry Koskas from Groupe Renault,” Renault said on Twitter without providing further details.
The Formula One team finished fourth overall last year...
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