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Alpine CEO won't rush the team's development plan

Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi has previously announced that he has a 100-race plan to get his team back to its winning ways, and insists that he will not rush the team's development plan. Renault has decided to re-brand its Formula 1 operations as Alpine, the name of their sports car division, and with that came a raft of changes with Cyril Abiteboul departing, and Laurent Rossi joining as CEO, while former Suzuki MotoGP team boss Davide Brivio joined as Sporting Director. The change that stole the limelight however, was the return of double World Champion Fernando Alonso from retirement to the team where he won his two Championships in 2005 and 2006 when it was known as Renault, with the hope...
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