Alpine F1 Team launches new rear wing aiming for double prize / Spanish Grand Prix[F1-Gate .com]

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The Alpine F1 Team has brought a new rear wing to the Spanish Grand Prix this weekend with the aim of scoring points with two cars.

Currently, the Alpine F1 Team is close to 5 points behind Alfa Romeo, who is 5th in the Constructors’ Championship.

However, since the opening round in Bahrain, the Alpine F1 Team has not achieved a double prize, and Fernando Alonso has continued to score no points for four consecutive races.

“The goal is to keep both cars within points that haven’t been achieved since the first race of the season,” said Otmar Szafnauer, head of the Alpine F1 Team.

“If you want to reach this year’s goal, that’s the minimum requirement for the rest of the Grand Prix.”

“We have consistently shown that we have a competitive car, and now it’s important to convert that promising pace into points on Sunday.”

“We aim to recover from Miami by doing a much better and cleaner weekend race.”

“We can only control what is in front of us. That is Barcelona’s goal and both drivers are ready to produce results.”

While some F1 teams have been running for years and have brought upgrades to F1 cars in Barcelona, ​​which has a lot of data, the Alpine F1 team has also brought in upgrades for the A522.

“We are pleased with the upgrades we have introduced to the A522 by this race, which included new floors for both cars and performed well,” said Otmar Safnowser.

“Our development program is in full swing and will be updated in the next few events.”

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“In the case of Barcelona, ​​both cars will have a new rear wing, which is much more efficient than the previous design.”

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