Every team except Alpine has got closer to Red Bull since this race last year. And a couple of drivers know they should have gone even quicker in qualifying.
Alpine’s drivers are resigned to a tough start to the new season and believe it could take a while to turn the team’s performance around.
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Alpine’s vice president Bruno Famin has made new appointments to help him manage the team which competes in F1 and WEC.
Alpine technical director Matt Harman explained the major changes the team made with its “very aggressive” new F1 car for 2024.
Lewis Hamilton’s decision to leave Mercedes at the end of the year has blown the Formula 1 driver market open, the Alpine duo said at the team’s launch.
Esteban Ocon says he expects Alpine may have a “tricky” start to the new season with their heavily revised new A524.
Alpine team principal Bruno Famin said he is entering the new season without optimism as the team has much to improve this year.
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Pierre Gasly will go into his second season at Alpine expecting to build on the promise he feels they showed over the final races of this year.
In the round-up: Alpine could have fought to keep Piastri – Szafnauer • Bahrain fund tipped to take over McLaren • Pau Grand Prix cancelled for 2024
Alpine has announced the departure of Davide Brivio, who it hired as racing director at the start of the 2021 season.
Pierre Gasly wants an explanation why Alpine’s strategy favoured his team mate, but Esteban Ocon said he “doesn’t care” about the decision.
Alpine didn’t give Otmar Szafnauer enough time to turn the team around before firing him, the team’s former chief technical officer Pat Fry has said.
Esteban Ocon appeared to defy an order by Alpine to stay behind his team mate, but that wasn’t what frustrated Pierre Gasly as he finished out of the points.
In the round-up: Alpine made “clearly a good step forwards” in Brazil – Gasly • “Grand” one-off opening ceremony for Las Vegas GP • Media behind Perez rumours – Horner
Alpine will have three juniors racing in Formula 2 later this year as Kush Maini has joined their academy.
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