Alpine F1 Team Aims to Retain Fourth Position in 2023 Constructors’ Standings
The Alpine F1 Team had set a goal to retain their fourth position in the constructors’ standings for the 2023 Formula 1 season. However, their plans have hit a roadblock as they currently find themselves in sixth place, behind Aston Martin and McLaren.
This season has seen the departure of team boss Otmar Szafnauer and long-time sporting director Alan Permane. Reports suggest that their exit was due to disagreements with Renault’s top brass over the timeline for achieving success.
Closing the Gap
The Alpine team, led by CEO Laurent, remains determined to close the gap to top teams Red Bull, Ferrari, and Mercedes. They understand that it will require a concerted effort and improvements in various aspects of their performance.
Alpine aims to learn from their challenges and build upon their strengths to achieve their desired position in the future. They recognize that it will not be an easy task, but are committed to making the necessary changes to secure their place among the top contenders in Formula 1.
An Energized Team
Despite the setbacks, the recent tough love from Alpine CEO De Meo has fired up the team. The leadership’s address has served as a motivation for the members of the Alpine F1 team. With renewed determination, they are working hard to improve their performance on the track and regain their competitive edge.
Keep reading here for more updates on the Alpine F1 team’s efforts to climb up the constructors’ standings.