Alfa Romeo Racing Struggling in F1: A Season of Challenging Results
The Formula 1 team, currently known as Alfa Romeo Racing, is facing difficulties in the ongoing season. The team will revert to its Sauber name from next year before transitioning to Audi in 2026. Despite high hopes, the team’s C43 car has failed to deliver the anticipated performance improvements.
The team’s drivers, Valtteri Bottas and Zhou Guanyu, have collectively scored a mere 16 points so far this season. As a result, Alfa Romeo Racing finds itself in a challenging situation, currently positioned ninth in the constructors’ championship standings. However, the team is managing to stay ahead of Haas, the bottom-ranked outfit, by a margin of four points.
Recognizing the need for change, Alfa Romeo Racing has initiated several measures to improve its prospects. As part of their efforts to bounce back, the team has announced plans for an all-new Formula 1 car in 2024. By committing to a fresh design and engineering approach, Alfa Romeo Racing aims to regain its competitive edge on the track.
With the upcoming transition back to the Sauber name, followed by the long-term plan to become Audi, Alfa Romeo Racing is taking strategic steps to realign its brand and boost performance. These changes demonstrate the team’s commitment to remain competitive in the highly competitive world of Formula 1 racing.