The Italian-language motorsport.com website reports that a number of experienced power unit engineers may be leaving the Maranello-based company, following the former team principal of the Prancing Horse, to join the French stable.
It remains to be seen when the former Ferrari team principal will be able to settle at the transalpine team under the agreements made with the Maranello-based manufacturer: the French team is in fact without a team principal and will have to make an announcement soon.
The former Ferrari team principal would be back in operation a few months earlier than expected.
The French team announced the split with the U.S. team principal after the Belgian GP.
Speaking about this was Peter Windsor, a former Williams executive, who then explained his theory.
Official the penalty, which affects the top qualifying positions in the Spanish Grand Prix.
Alpine CEO: “He has been successful in all categories, he is, at the very least, an excellent second driver.”
On the sidelines of the presentation of the French team’s new car, the two drivers do not hide their ambitions.
At the end of the season, the team finished fourth in the constructors’ standings.
After the last GP of the season was over, the Asturian immediately moved into the hospitality of Aston Martin.
“Winning the title is what motivates me every day,” confessed the Spanish driver.
Two more races driving the Alpine, then immediately the transition to the new stable.
Alpine’s Asturian’s anger: “I was left with five cylinders for 20 laps, which was really unbelievable.”
Restored the seventh position gained by the Spaniard in the Austin GP.
Haas complaint: unsafe single-seater, 30-second penalty. Alpine protest.
“They understood my desire to start something new,” said the pilot who will leave AlphaTauri.
“To be able to qualify in the top 10 on Saturday and gain points would be nice,” said the French driver.
Alpine’s Spanish driver took stock of missed opportunities due to mechanical failures.
“In Monza the car was not going so well, so we tried to figure out why,” said the Alpine driver.
The talented young Australian chose McLaren instead of Alpine.
The Spanish driver was impressed by the Alpine’s performance.
“Almost half of his F1 career has been negative.”
The Apulian driver, who recently held tests with Haas, has been invited to conduct tests with Alpine, looking for a replacement for Fernando Alonso for next season.
Alan Permane “We will have more aerodynamic load. It will be a tough race.”
Rumors are growing about the future of the German Academy driver from Maranello, now at Haas.
Otmar Szafnauer, team principal of the French Formula 1 team, confirmed that “90% of the case will be brought before the judge.”
The pilot has no intention of backing down, and the stable wants to assert its rights.
The Australian is expected to remain with McLaren in 2023, but a return to Alpine cannot be ruled out.
The Thai was confirmed in Williams and commented on the news by responding to the Australian’s tweet.
The team announced the young Australian for 2023, but the driver denied it.