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BREAKING: ALPHATAURI PRESENTS THE NEW AT02 F1 2021 CAR FOR GASLY AND TSUNODA

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AlphaTauri reveals AT02 F1 car ahead of 2021 season

AlphaTauri, the sister team of Red Bull Racing, became the second Formula 1 team to reveal their new AT02 F1 2021 car for the season on Friday.

AlphaTauri has unveiled its 2021 Formula 1 car, the AT02, during a digital launch on Friday morning.

The Red Bull-owned team rebranded as AlphaTauri for 2020 following 14 years competing as Toro Rosso.

AlphaTauri emerged as a challenger in the closely-contested midfield group, particularly in the hands of Pierre Gasly, who went on to score a shock win at Monza’s Italian Grand Prix.

It marked only the second Formula 1 victory for the Faenza-based team since it joined as Minardi in 1985.

AlphaTauri went on to finish seventh in the Constructors’ Championship.

Gasly has been retained for 2021, for his fourth full season in Formula 1, and has been joined by debutant Yuki Tsunoda.

Tsunoda, who has taken Daniil Kvyat’s seat, finished third in last year’s Formula 2 standings, as leading rookie.

He has been supported by Red Bull and Honda since moving to Europe in 2019.

AlphaTauri is the second team to unveil its 2021 car after McLaren displayed its MCL35M earlier this week.

The next launch is due to take place on Monday, with Alfa Romeo poised to unveil its C41 in Poland’s capital, Warsaw.

The rest of the teams are not scheduled to unveil their 2021 cars until March.

BREAKING: ALPHATAURI PRESENTS THE NEW AT02 F1 2021 CAR FOR GASLY AND TSUNODA BREAKING: ALPHATAURI PRESENTS THE NEW AT02 F1 2021 CAR FOR GASLY AND TSUNODA

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