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Aguri Suzuki, F1 driver


8 September 1960 (63)
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Vitaly Petrov (8 September 1984)

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3rd (1990 Japanese Grand Prix)
6th (1993 Belgian Grand Prix)
8 (0.1 points per race avg)
63 (71.6%)
1988 Japanese Grand Prix
1995 Japanese Grand Prix


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about Aguri Suzuki

Aguri Suzuki (?? ???, Suzuki Aguri, born 8 September 1960) is a Japanese former racing driver. He participated in 88 Formula One Grands Prix, and his most notable achievement in racing was 3rd place at the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix. Suzuki then became involved in team ownership, with interests firstly in the Japanese Formula Nippon Championship and the IRL in partnership with Mexican racer Adrian Fernandez. Most notably however, he was the owner of the Super Aguri F1 team, which participated in Formula One from 2006 to 2008. He then went on to form Team Aguri, which raced in Formula E from 2014 to 2016.

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1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995,

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1988 Philippe Alliot
Yannick Dalmas
Pierre-Henri Raphanel
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1989 Bernd Schneider
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1990 Éric Bernard
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1991 Éric Bernard
Bertrand Gachot
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1992 Michele Alboreto
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1993 Derek Warwick
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1994 Rubens Barrichello
Eddie Irvine
Andrea de Cesaris
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1995 Olivier Panis
Martin Brundle
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Brivio was lured to F1 by Alpine at the start of this year on the back of an ultra-successful career in MotoGP which included him guiding Suzuki to the title in 2020.
But there have been rumours in recent weeks that, amid a likely management reshuffle at Alpine, Brivio could return to MotoGP.
The most obvious destination would be Suzuki, which is still on the look-out for a permanent ...

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As part of the overhaul of the Renault works F1 squad and rebranding as Alpine for 2021, the team announced a new leadership structure in January, with Brivio becoming racing director.
Brivio had worked at Suzuki since 2013, overseeing its full-time return to MotoGP in 2015 before leading its world championship victory with Joan Mir last year.
Brivio called the decision to leave Suzuki ...

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As exclusively revealed by on Wednesday, Brivio is to make a surprise move to Alpine to become its CEO as part of a management restructure.
While Alpine's parent company Renault has so far declined to comment on the situation, Suzuki announced on Thursday morning that Brivio was leaving MotoGP.
Brivio helped lead Suzuki to its maiden MotoGP championships last year, with the ...

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