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Formula 1: Ocon takes his first F1 win in Hungary with Alpine
French driver Esteban Ocon took his first Formula One victory with Renault-owned Alpine on Sunday (Aug 1) in a Hungarian Grand Prix that was stopped and re-started after first lap chaos.
Aston Martin would ‘embrace’ VW Group entry to Formula 1
F1’s current engines are set to be used until the end of the 2024 season before a new power unit is introduced, with the latest summit over proposals taking place in Austria at the beginning of the month.Existing players Ferrari, Mercedes, Renault and Red Bul…
New 2025 F1 engines set for 'massively increased' electric component
Following a summit of major manufacturers – including Mercedes, Ferrari, Renault, Audi and Porsche – at last weekend’s Austrian Grand Prix to discuss the new rules, an outline concept of what F1 should look at was discussed.And while the specifics will take m…
Continuing a Racing Tradition, Bell & Ross Launches the Alpine F1 A521 Collection
Bell & Ross has unveiled the Alpine F1 Team watch collection, produced in partnership with the Alpine Formula 1 racing team — the first such collaboration since the re-branding of the squad, formerly known as the Renault Formula 1 team, and it’s sixth overall…
Zhou to make F1 practice debut in Austria with Alpine
Formula 2 championship leader Zhou has conducted regular private testing in F1 cars over the past 12 months in his role with the Alpine Academy, which he joined under its previous Renault guise in 2019. He also currently serves as Alpine's official F1 test dr…
Villeneuve on Williams’ last title-winner, BMW grief and Alonso’s ‘un-driveable’ Renault | My F1 Cars
Jacques Villeneuve preferred "funky" set-ups, but found Fernando Alonso's too extreme even for him. He described his F1 career in cars.
These Collaborative Bell & Ross x Renault Watches Celebrate Alpine’s F1 Entry
|Continuing an ongoing partnership that originally started back in 2016.|
Formula 1: Ocon signs up to stay at Alpine F1 until 2024
REUTERS: French driver Esteban Ocon will stay with Alpine until 2024, the Renault-owned Formula One team said on Wednesday ahead of his home grand prix at Le Castellet.
Esteban Ocon signs new Alpine F1 deal until 2024
After a year out Ocon returned to F1 last year with Alpine, when it was still racing under the Renault banner, and stayed on for 2021 alongside double F1 world champion Fernando Alonso.Ahead of Ocon's home race, the French Grand Prix at Le Castellet, Alpine h…
Why Alpine are committed to F1 and ready to take on the title contenders | RacingLines
Why did Renault rebrand Alpine? Will they have a competitive engine in time for the 2022 freeze? And are they ready to take on the top teams? RaceFans spoke to CEO Laurent Rossi.