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Alpine F1 Team

Brivio: F1 has been a dream for me

Alpine's new race director Davide Brivio says joining the French outfit and Formula 1, in general, has been a dream come true, though it wasn't easy to leave MotoGP.

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Italian Davide Brivio says joining the F1 paddock is a dream come true for him after the Italian guided Suzuki to world championship honours in Moto GP last year.

The former team manager of Suzuki's Moto GP operation has joined the newly christened Alpine F1 team for 2021. The Italian will perform the duties of a racing director at the French squad, something that he describes as a dream come true for him.

"Formula 1 has been for me a dream from for a long time," Brivio told RacingNews365.com among others.

"It's very exciting for me to start something completely new to get into a new environment. Of course, I have a lot to learn. I had a lot to understand. But it's adrenaline for me it's oxygen to to get to work and to learn a lot of things.

"Of course it was not easy to leave my old team and environment which I knew very well. I would have regret if I wouldn't take (this opportunity) so now here I am and I will try to do my best and I hope I hope I can give some contribute some contribution to Alpine in Formula One."

Alpine who were formerly known as Renault, bagged three podium finishes last year. The team will be hoping the 2021 F1 season brings more success as they look to establish themselves at the front of the field.

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