Alpine F1 car hindered by windtunnel problem

The French car manufacturer has slipped back against its main rivals this year, and it left the season opening Bahrain Grand Prix without scoring any points.
While the team is hopeful that an aggressive upgrade push can lift it up the grid, its executive director Marcin Budkowski says its difficulties can be traced back to troubles at the factory.
Reflecting on a challenging time at both the …Keep reading

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