Fernando Alonso’s role in his team’s first win last weekend was widely praised, but Alpine sporting director Alan Permane also hailed Esteban Ocon’s “beautiful” race-winning pace.
Alpine’s senior management say the team was “humbled” by its breakthrough Formula 1 victory, and praised its staff’s “resilience and dedication”.
Lando Norris talked down his chances of reaching the British Grand Prix podium, but admits disappointment that he finished one position away from it after a slow pit stop.
Esteban Ocon is eager for Alpine to make changes to his car – potentially including a chassis replacement – in response to his recent slump in results.
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Taking time out from Formula 1 to race in other series rejuvenated Fernando Alonso for his return to the sport with Alpine.
Fernando Alonso says it isn’t immediately obvious why Alpine enjoyed their most competitive weekend of the season so far in Portugal.
Esteban Ocon and Sergio Perez have been cleared of blame in their crash that caused a stoppage in the first practice session for the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.
Alpine are bringing an aerodynamic upgrade package and new testing elements to the Emilia Romagna Grand Prix to address their deficit to the midfield.
Mercedes will recover quickly from their sub-par start to the 2021 F1 season, Alpine’s executive director Marcin Budkowski has predicted.
Fernando Alonso retired from his first Formula 1 race since 2018 after a sandwich bag entered a rear brake duct, causing terminal overheating.
Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi has insisted Renault president Luca de Meo did not join talks with Fernando Alonso before taking over as president of the group, contrary to comments made by the team’s new driver.
Fernando Alonso suspects there have been changes in the balance of power in Formula 1 during the off-season.
Alpine’s racing director Davide Brivio has admitted it will be hard to promote its junior drivers into F1 as long as it doesn’t have any customer teams.
Which teams left testing feeling positive about their performance, and who has a tough year ahead of them? And does one team still have a trick left up its sleeve?
After their dire campaign last year, did testing for the new season show Ferrari finally have something to smile about? Mattia Binotto thinks so.
Max Verstappen pipped rookie Yuki Tsunoda to the fastest time of pre-season testing by less than a tenth of a second.
Sergio Perez completed his pre-season testing for Red Bull by setting the best time on the morning of the final day.
Mercedes may have set the quickest lap time in testing today, but they are still further away from their 2020 performance than any other team.
Mercedes bounced back from a poor start to testing by setting the quickest lap time so far on the second day in Bahrain.