Fabrice Lom now working for the FIA
|By Jonathan Noble
||Friday, March 30th 2012, 08:49 GMT
Fabrice Lom, the former chief engineer of Renault's customer programme in Formula 1, is now working for the FIA, AUTOSPORT has learned.
The Frenchman, who most recently assisted Red Bull Racing during its back-to-back championship success, took up a role as Head of Power Train at motor racing's governing body at the end of last year, but his appointment has only now been confirmed.
As part of a restructured engine department, following the departure of its former chief Gilles Simon, Lom is working with Bernard Niclot, who heads up the division.
Simon left the FIA last summer to take up a role with the PURE engine company that has been set up by former BAR team principal Craig Pollock.