Sergei Vorobiev gone: Russian GP gets new promoter

Sergei Vorobiev gone: Russian GP gets new promoter

Sergei Vorobiev is no longer responsible

Sergei Vorobiev is no longer a promoter of the Russian Grand Prix. The 30-year-old Russian has been the youngest racing promoter in the Formula 1 circus and a driving force behind the first Formula 1 race in Russia in the 2014 season. In March 2014, he was just 25 years old as Managing Director of the Sochi Autodrome become.

Worobiew’s successor will be Alexey Titov, who has previously been the general director of the Sochi line. It is currently still unknown where Worobiew is headed. When he said goodbye, he said: “It was a great honor to be part of the team that is organizing the Russian Grand Prix.”

“I am sure that the strong and reliable team from [Promoterfirma] Rosgonki will continue to work successfully and will reach new heights – both in organizing the Russian Grand Prix in Sochi and in other projects, “said Worobiew, under whose leadership Sochi had extended the Formula 1 contract in 2017 to 2025.


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