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Alpine comes out with announcement for GP Spain: 'Should be more efficient'

Alpine is hoping to change the course of its somewhat sluggish season start in Spain. According to team boss Otmar Szafnauer, the racing stable is working hard behind the scenes to improve the car, with Alpine taking another step in that process in Barcelona. The circuit in the Spanish city guarantees many updates every year. Also at Alpine it is the intention to make some changes to the car of the racing team. It is not only about small updates to the car, but also about a completely new rear wing. Read more Szafnauer on Aston Martin departure: 'Handed over to the other pope' In conversation with Uktimenews.com Szafnauer discusses the changes. "We have a new rear wing for...
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