Fernando magic in Baku secures his best result in Formula 1 comeback
Alpine F1 Team scored eight points from the 2021 Azerbaijan Grand Prix thanks to a stunning final two laps by Fernando Alonso that saw the Spaniard climb four places to finish sixth position at the chequered flag. Esteban Ocon retired after suffering a loss of power earlier in the race.
2021 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Saturday
Alpine F1 Team will line up with Fernando Alonso ninth and Esteban Ocon twelfth on the grid for tomorrow’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix, after a messy qualifying session littered with red flags around the Baku City Circuit.
2021 Formula 1 Azerbaijan Grand Prix, Friday
Alpine F1 Team finished practice ahead of this weekend’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix with both cars inside the top ten. The first practice in two years at the Baku City Circuit took place in hot and breezy conditions, with Fernando Alonso – driving for the first time in Azerbaijan since 2018 – finishing the day sixth and Esteban not far behind in ninth.
Alpine F1 Team and BorgWarner look to future with new partnership
Alpine F1 Team is pleased to announce a new partnership with BorgWarner that builds on the long-standing collaboration between BorgWarner and Renault Group.
Alpine Academy drivers test Formula 1 car at Silverstone
Alpine Academy drivers Oscar Piastri and Guanyu Zhou shared driving duties during a two-day Alpine F1 Team test this week at the Silverstone circuit, as the pair continued their training for the Enstone-based Academy.
The A110’s Biggest Fan
Aerodynamics engineering is fundamental to the development of a high-performance sports car like the Alpine A110. The benchmark for this discipline is found in Formula 1, where wind tunnel testing has reached the highest levels of technical complexity. Pierre Sancinéna, the aerodynamics engineer at Alpine Cars, conceived the idea of going into partnership with his colleagues in Alpine F1 Team to take advantage of their methods and tools. He takes us behind the scenes of a test like no other.
Alpine F1 Team continue points streak after Esteban’s well-earned ninth in Monaco
Alpine F1 Team scored two points from the 2021 Formula Monaco Grand Prix courtesy of Esteban Ocon’s ninth place finish around the legendary Monte Carlo streets. Fernando Alonso was outside the points in thirteenth after a battling drive from seventeenth.
2021 Formula 1 Monaco Grand Prix, Saturday
Alpine F1 Team will line up with Esteban Ocon eleventh and Fernando Alonso seventeenth on the grid for tomorrow’s 78th Monaco Grand Prix after a closely contested qualifying around the streets of the Principality.
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