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Martin Brundle has a problem with Alfa Romeo's new-look livery

February is an exciting month for Formula 1 fans, as teams slowly but surely get around to launching their seasons and unveiling their cars. Haas kicked off the announcements by showing off their livery, before Red Bull and Williams joined in and launched their seasons and cars. Alfa Romeo have now become the fourth team to show off their car for 2023, with the livery looking significantly different to the one used last season. While the team’s 2022 car was predominantly red with white detailing and panels, Alfa Romeo have taken a different approach this year, with the car being mainly back, with large sections of deep red. READ: Max Verstappen hands Sergio Perez brutal title blow The...
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