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Alpine brings floor update to F1 Chinese GP “one race earlier than planned”, only available for one car

As Alpine’s struggles continue, the French team is throwing everything at trying to improve the A524. The Enstone-based squad remains one of the 3 teams without a single point through the first four races of the season. They sit dead last in the standings as the team has the lowest finishes of the pointless teams….

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Williams F1 has a “massively exciting” future ahead as they battle short-term pains from a massive overhaul — Robson

While Williams have certainly had a fall from their dominance of the 80s and 90s, the team has shown signs of recovery in the last couple of years. That being said, while the team has made some progress, recent weeks have been a wake up call that shows how much more work is ahead of…

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Ocon: Alpine’s performance in F1 Australian GP “definitely a step up” compared to Bahrain and Saudi Arabia

It seems that the woes continue for Alpine. When there seems to be the slightest hope of a first points finish of the season, especially with Max Verstappen and the two Mercedes drivers retiring from the race, misfortune fell their way. That’s exactly what happened to Esteban Ocon this past weekend at the Australian Grand…

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Alpine boss Famin banking on developments to save 2024 F1 season: “We have a quite clear idea of what are the problems”

Alpine has had an extremely difficult start to the year. After being in no man’s land and finishing in 6th place in the constructors’ championship last year despite 2 Grand Prix podiums, the French outfit hoped they could rise higher and compete for bigger points regularly. However, the team is in freefall, and they are…

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Vasseur wants Ferrari to carry over their “very positive evolution” from last year “to win races” in F1 2024

With Lewis Hamilton set to walk through Maranello’s doors next year and Carlos Sainz leaving, there has been suggestions that Ferrari will view this year as a transition year so that the car can develop further for when Hamilton arrives and the Italian team can return to title-competing ways. Fred Vasseur, Team Principal at Ferrari,…

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