Former Peugeot WRC Boss Corrado Provera Passes Away at 82
The world of motorsport is mourning the loss of Corrado Provera, the former manager of Peugeot’s return to the World Rally Championship. Provera, an Italian journalist turned public relations expert, made a name for himself in the industry for his role in Peugeot’s comeback in 1999.
Provera began his career at Chrysler Italy before eventually transitioning to Peugeot after the company’s acquisition. As he climbed the ranks, Provera was appointed as the head of Peugeot Sport, a position he would utilize to spearhead the automaker’s venture back into the World Rally Championship.
Under Provera’s guidance, Peugeot made a triumphant return to the WRC, solidifying their presence and reputation in the sport. The team’s impressive performance on the rally stages cemented their position as a formidable force to be reckoned with.
Provera’s passion and dedication to motorsport left an indelible mark on the industry. His leadership and management skills were evident in the success Peugeot enjoyed during their WRC campaign. His contributions will forever be remembered by those who followed and supported his work.
The news of Provera’s passing has sent shockwaves through the motorsport community. Tributes and condolences have poured in from all corners of the globe, highlighting the impact that Provera had on the sport and the legacy he leaves behind.
Corrado Provera’s life and career serve as a testament to the power of perseverance and passion. His relentless pursuit of excellence in motorsport will continue to inspire future generations of racers, managers, and enthusiasts.