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Alpine have ‘pretty decent upgrade' for Imola

Alpine have a 'pretty decent upgrade package coming for Imola' which they hope will improve the performance of their car. The newly-named team, formerly known as Renault, will be hoping to again play a key role in the midfield battle, but the early signs suggest they may have some work to do to challenge the likes of third-placed McLaren. At the opening race of the season in Bahrain, the French constructor came away without a point, with Esteban Ocon finishing P13 while returning Fernando Alonso was forced to retire due to a sandwich wrapper getting stuck in his brake duct. Alpine, who have admitted to being 'two or three tenths short' of the teams they hope to fight with, will be hoping...
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