F1 » New Renault F1 chief promises humility, rigour – and openness

A world away from the previous style of management at Enstone, new Renault F1 team principal Eric Boullier has vowed to operate with 'humility, rigour – and openness', as he embarks upon the delicate task of getting the beleagured team back on-track post 'Singapore-gate'

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alex - Unregistered

January 05, 2010 7:03 PM

Hard to contain my surprise that they chose a Frenchman, I mean, he is obviously the best man for the job, must be, unquestionably. For a role such as this they must have looked at everybody in the business who could excell in such a highly challenging position and I can only congratulate them on their extreme luck in encountering such a fine specimen amongs their own countrymen.

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