Painful Monaco GP “a glitch” in Alpine's F1 progression

The team struggled for most of the weekend to get its tyres to work.
Esteban Ocon started 11th and took advantage of two retirements ahead to salvage two points for ninth, while Fernando Alonso qualified only 17th, and moved up to 13th at the flag.
The result meant Alpine lose two places in the constructors’ championship to Aston Martin and AlphaTauri, both of whom scored well in …Keep reading



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