In the round-up: Colton Herta considered Formula Regional move • Shwartzman leaves Ferrari Driver Academy • Alpine to coach the next British F4 champion
Alpine have become the fourth Formula 1 team to announce the launch plans for their 2023 car, with the A523 being unveiled on 16th February.
Ferrari has appointed its sixth different team principal in the space of 15 years. Some of its rivals have had the same leader the whole time, and only one has changed more often.
In the round-up: Leclerc thanks departing Binotto after “four very intense years” • Ocon did ‘98%’ of work compared to Alonso • F2 announce test dates
In the round-up: Hulkenberg felt some “human degradation” on F1 test return • Gasly impressed by Alpine • Perez says new Pirelli front tyres feel stronger
Pierre Gasly said he’s “more than ready” to get started at Alpine as he prepares to make his debut in testing for his new team tomorrow.
Aston Martin’s upswing in form since the summer break suggests Fernando Alonso’s decision to change teams was the right call.
Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer says junior driver Jack Doohan’s future with the team is not decided, after he made his Formula 1 practice debut in Mexico.
Formula 1 teams are working on introducing a winter shutdown for factories similar to the current summer shutdown period
Alpine team principal Otmar Szafnauer backed Renault’s decision to prioritise performance over reliability after another engine in the Mexican Grand Prix.
Alpine were at risk of losing both cars during the Mexican Grand Prix as Esteban Ocon also had to manage rising engine temperatures.
After making his F1 practice debut in Mexico, Alpine junior Jack Doohan revealed how he pounced on the opportunity offered by Oscar Piastri’s exit from the team.
Fernando Alonso’s United States Grand Prix has been cancelled after his team successfully petitioned the stewards to review their decision.
The FIA stewards rejected Alpine’s attempt to overturn Fernando Alonso’s United States GP penalty but the team has reacted by requesting a review.
Fernando Alonso is “very optimistic” the stewards will cancel the penalty which cost him the points he scored in the United States Grand Prix
Will Sergio Perez become the first Mexican driver to win his home grand prix? Will Alonso get his points back? Here are this weekend’s talking points.
The United States Grand Prix stewards will begin the proceedings to hear Alpine’s protest against Fernando Alonso’s penalty on Thursday.
Sebastian Vettel and Fernando Alonso’s radio messages reveal how their race-long scrap at Suzuka was decided by just a hundredth of a second.
Alpine team management are sure Esteban Ocon and Pierre Gasly will put their past differences aside when they become team mates next year.
Alpine’s Singapore GP upgrade package includes a new floor that they hope will return them to their previous form after not scoring at Monza