Alpine have appointed Davide Brivio, the former boss of MotoGP team Suzuki Ecstar, as their racing director.
Renault announced the departure of team principal Cyril Abiteboul on Monday ahead of their rebrand to Alpine for the 2021 Formula One campaign, and now they have added new blood.
Brivio was linked to F1 after quitting his post with Suzuki Ecstar, who won the team and rider championships in last year's MotoGP season.
An Alpine statement read: "Davide Brivio joins Alpine F1 Team as racing director.
"We are delighted to confirm Davide Brivio will strengthen our team ahead of the 2021 Formula One season. His specific role and responsibilities will be announced in the coming weeks.
"Davide will report to the Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi.
"Davide joins Alpine F1 Team with a wealth of experience and success following more than 20 years in the MotoGP world championship.
"We look forward to welcoming Davide as we start the next stage of our Formula One journey."
Alpine's driver line-up is made up of Frenchman Esteban Ocon and former two-time champion Fernando Alonso.