Bruno Famin

Bruno Famin - WEC - Alpine


Bruno Famin began his time in motorsport with Peugeot in 1989, working with Peugeot Talbot Sport on engines and gearboxes.  He worked closely on projects such as the 905 Spider and the 106 GRA. 


In 2005, Bruno was made Technical Director of Peugeot Sport and by 2012, he took over as Director of the company. He played a seminal role in the Le Mans-winning 908 project and the record-breaking Pikes Peak victory in 2013 at the hands of Sébastien Loeb. The Frenchman oversaw three Dakar Rally victories between 2016 and 2018 as well the 2015 World Rallycross title.


By 2019, Bruno became Director of Operations for the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA).  His main role was to manage the seamless integration of the Federation’s various sporting and supporting functions.


Bruno Famin joined BWT Alpine F1 Team prior to the start of the 2022 Formula 1® World Championship season. He was appointed Alpine Racing Executive Director, responsible for the development of the F1 Power Unit, working closely with Enstone to optimise its performance within the chassis package.


In July 2023, Bruno was appointed Alpine Motorsports VP and then Interim Team Principal reporting directly to Philippe Krief, Alpine CEO. In this position, Bruno leads Alpine’s activities across all motorsport disciplines, including its latest World Endurance Championship campaign and its renewed fight for Le Mans victory, a place he has previously found success.

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