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1st (2021 Hungarian Grand Prix)
2nd (2022 Canadian Grand Prix)
328 (1.6 points per race avg)
12 (6%)
2021 Bahrain Grand Prix
2022 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

about Alpine F1 Team

Alpine F1 Team is an upcoming Formula One motor racing constructor scheduled to make its debut with the start of the 2021 Formula One World Championship. The team is based in Enstone, England. Currently named Renault F1 Team and owned by the French automotive company Groupe Renault, the team will be rebranded for 2021 to promote Renault's sports car brand, Alpine, and will continue to serve as Renault's works team.

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wins Alpine F1 Team

# event driver
1 2021 Hungarian Grand Prix round 11 Esteban Ocon

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1 Esteban Ocon OCO
2 Fernando Alonso ALO

Alpine F1 Team news

Alpine signed one-time grand prix winner Gasly from AlphaTauri following the departure of Fernando Alonso at the end of last season, partnering Esteban Ocon.
Gasly got his first taste of Alpine F1 machinery in the post-season Abu Dhabi test, and has now officially started work with the team ahead of the new campaign.
Discussing the boost that Gasly could offer Alpine, Rossi expressed his ...

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The pair were childhood friends in their karting days in Normandy, but they had some personal issues as they were working their way up the ranks.
Many observers thought it would be impossible for them to be teammates in F1 given the potential tensions, but Gasly insists that there's a bigger picture and that being in the same team will be positive.
"I think it's more than talking about the ...

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Alpine still hopes the younger Australian will slot into the seat vacated by Fernando Alonso, and believes it has a valid contract to that effect.
The team announced on Tuesday afternoon that Piastri will drive in 2023, but shortly afterwards the Australian took to social media to deny that was the case.
Piastri is understood to have agreed a deal to go to McLaren at a time when it looked ...

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On Thursday morning, the Enstone-based squad announced the launch of its Rac(H)er programme, which aims to open up more opportunities for women within its organisation.
It wants to make jobs in motorsport more appealing to young females, and will include programmes in schools and a proper path for them to carve a career at the F1 team.
Alpine is aiming to have 30 percent of its ...

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The A522 upgrade package looked promising on Friday in Barcelona but the team had a troubled qualifying session, with Ocon earning only 12th and Fernando Alonso down in 17th after a radio miscommunication compromised his final run in Q1.
In the race, Ocon put in an impressive charge to seventh, while Alonso started last after banking a fresh power unit and yet still managed to climb through the ...

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The team was only eighth fastest overall in Spain, having lost most of the final day after a hydraulic leak led to a fire.
Like other teams, Alpine has brought a package of updates to the Bahrain test.
The car didn't set any headline-grabbing times on Thursday when an issue restricted mileage, but on Friday Esteban Ocon was fastest in the morning session.
"Obviously we had a strange ...

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Late last season Budkowski was linked with a possible role at Aston Martin, and the recent departure of team principal Otmar Szafnauer has opened up a potential opportunity at the Silverstone outfit.
Szafnauer?s name has also been mentioned in connection with Alpine in what would be a straight swap of two of the sport?s key figures.
Budkowski joined the then Renault team in 2018 in a ...

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Alonso made headlines when he produced a tenacious drive in the Hungarian Grand Prix, crucially holding off Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton for several laps while teammate Esteban Ocon secured his maiden victory.
But Budapest wasn't the first time 40-year-old Alonso left his Enstone team stunned by his race craft and his ability to read races from the cockpit, the double world champion often being ...

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Two-time F1 world champion Alonso made his comeback to grand prix racing last month after a two-year absence, linking up with Alpine for a third stint with the Enstone-based squad.
Alonso has carved out a reputation for being particularly dominant against teammates through his F1 career, notably seen in 2018 when he beat Stoffel Vandoorne 21-0 in qualifying head-to-heads over the year.
But ...

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After two years away from the sport, Alonso decided to make an F1 comeback at the rebranded and overhauled Renault team to replace McLaren bound Daniel Ricciardo.
As part of his preparation, the Spaniard started visiting the factory and attending race weekends early on during the 2020 season, which showed his commitment to the team he won his two world championships with in 2005 and ...

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The Enstone outfit confirmed recently that erstwhile team principal Cyril Abiteboul has left, and that former Suzuki MotoGP boss Davide Brivio has joined as racing director.
Brivio reports to new Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi, who has overall responsibility for the sportscar manufacturer's activities on road and track.
Ocon hasn't met his new bosses in person yet due to COVID restrictions making ...

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