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Trident reveals new management structure.

Trident Racing has announced its new management structure ahead of the 2009 GP2 season.

The team was forced to look for a new managing director after Alessandro Alunni Bravi resigned from his role at the end of October.

Bravi will be replaced by two figures, with Riccardo Corbari and Giorgio Piccolo sharing the role.

While Corbari will focus on driver scouting and management, and on public relations, Piccolo will be concentrating on the general organisation of the team, including all the factory activities of Trident Racing in both GP2 and Formula Master.


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