Hyundai Motorsports announced on Tuesday that Team Principal Andrea Adamo has left the team with immediate effect following six years with the outfit.
Speaking about the news, Adamo who is stepping down for personal reasons said:
After six years with Hyundai Motorsport, we have mutually agreed for me to step down from my role as Team Principal. It is time for me to reflect on a relentless and successful period in my career, one full of high points, happy memories, and titles. I am proud of what we have achieved from building an enviable Customer Racing department to our consecutive titles in WTCR and WRC. I wish the organisation well for its future.”
Hyundai Motorsports President Scott Noh who will assume the role of Team Principal for the 2022 season-opening Rally Monte Carlo next month said:
I would like to thank Andrea for his significant contribution over six years which has seen us secure important titles in WRC and WTCR. We can reflect on some very positive moments together and I sincerely wish him all the best for the future. Our operations will continue to run as scheduled ahead of the 2022 season, which starts with Rallye Monte-Carlo next month. Through our motorsport programs, we are committed to accelerating Hyundai’s high-performance credentials around the world.”