Alpine F1 gains championship position after Spanish GP

Alpine F1 gains championship position after Spanish GP
Alpine F1 gains championship position after Spanish GP

The Alpine team managed for the second time in a row to finish with its two cars in the points this Sunday at the Spanish Grand Prix, which allows it to gain a position in the constructors’ world championship.

This Sunday in Barcelona, ​​Pierre Gasly crossed the finish line of the Spanish Grand Prix in ninth place, just ahead of his teammate Esteban Ocon. The French manufacturer’s team has therefore scored three points which are added to the two already registered so far.

It’s nice to have both cars in the points again here in Spain and to see the team score in the last three Grands Prix. » declared Bruno Famin, Alpine Team Principal this Sunday evening.

“This is a positive trend that we must continue. We were better on this track and we need to analyze the reasons to continue improving our overall package. »

“It was a difficult race with two stops, but our two drivers did a good job, especially in terms of tire management, energy and fuel. »

“Next weekend, a sprint weekend awaits us in Austria, where the goal will be to extend our positive series in the points. »

After the Spanish Grand Prix, the Alpine team moved up one position in the world championship and now sits in seventh place, one point ahead of Haas.

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