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Alpine ninety per cent sure that Piastri drama will end in court

Alpine F1 team principal Otmar Szafnauer reiterates that he is not satisfied with the situation. Oscar Piastri refuses to acknowledge the team's announcement, so Alpine almost certainly wants to hold the driver to his contract by court order. Article continues under ad Szafnauer said that he understood from the board in Paris that the team wants compensation in case Piastri himself chooses not to enter the Alpine seat in 2023. Alpine announced after the Hungary race that Piastri will take over Fernando Alonso's seat from 2023. The Australian declined, as he has in all likelihood already made a deal with rival McLaren for next year. Alpine believes that as a junior of the team, Piastri is...
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