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Alpine to supply Ocon with updated floor for Miami GP

Alpine has confirmed that Esteban Ocon will have an updated floor on his A522 in Miami which will bring the Frenchman on a par with Fernando Alonso who ran the new element at Imola. Unfortunately, Alonso wasn't able to capitalize on the upgrade, having been forced to retire from the race following an opening lap contact with Mick Schumacher. But Alpine was satisfied overall with the performance of the Spaniard's car equipped with the new floor during the Emilia Romagna GP weekend, and has subsequently decided to implement the change on Ocon's A522. "The upgrades we brought to the A522 worked as expected in Imola, which is a great sign that the hard work behind the scenes at the...
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