Flavio Briatore is an Italian businessman. He started his career as a restaurant manager and insurance salesman in Italy. Briatore was convicted in Italy on several fraud charges in the 1980s, receiving two prison sentences, though the convictions were later extinguished by an amnesty. Briatore set up a number of successful Benetton franchises as a fugitive in the Virgin Islands and the United States. In 1990, he was promoted by Luciano Benetton to manage the Benetton Formula One racing team, which became Renault F1 in 2002. From 2007 to 2010, he was part-owner and chairman of London's Queens Park Rangers F.C. On 16 September 2009, Briatore was forced to resign from the ING Renault F1 team due to his involvement in race fixing at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.
|Born:||April 12, 1950, Verzuolo, Italy|
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About Flavio Briatore
Italian businessman best known for his involvement in the Benetton fashion brand and as manager of the Benetton Formula One racing team.
He worked as a ski instructor.
He was released from the ING Renault F1 racing team due to his role in race fixing at the 2008 Singapore Grand Prix.
He was part owner of the Queens Park Rangers soccer team, where Kevin Gallen was once a striker.
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- Queens Park Rangers F.C. directors and chairmen
- Italian sports agents
- Fugitives wanted on fraud charges
- Italian expatriates in the United Kingdom
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- Italian emigrants to the United Kingdom
- Formula One team owners
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