After obtaining a double degree in engineering in Grenoble, Cyril joined Renault in 2001. As a sportsman and competitor, his first steps in the world of Formula 1 gave rise to a passion for this universe, made up of technology, human and collective performance, and a field of unlimited commercial creativity. After a brief interlude with the British manufacturer Caterham, which led to the rebirth of the Alpine brand, Cyril returned to Renault and actively contributed to Renault's return to F1. He then led the rebuilding and refinancing of the team, which enabled it to fight for podiums in 2020. After leaving Renault, Cyril maintained a link with motorsport by supporting the Mecachrome group, an engine manufacturer involved in F1, F2, F3, and WEC, and partnered with the venture capital fund HCVC to develop mobility and clean tech topics. Following the takeover by Inspiring Sport Capital, he joined CDK Technologies as CEO and the sea universe, his other passion.