Alpine F1's Bahrain Nightmare

Alpine F1’s Bahrain Ordeal Spurs Team Resilience


Alpine F1 faced a tough weekend in Bahrain, struggling in both qualifying and the race, with hopes for improvement.

Alpine F1 experienced a nightmare this weekend in Bahrain, ending up as the slowest team, both in qualifying and the race. Bruno Famin, the team’s director, acknowledged the disappointment of finishing 17th and 18th but urged his team to persevere.

“We knew the season’s start would be challenging, and it was in Bahrain. Nevertheless, we’re doing everything we can with what we have at the moment and will continue to seek improvements to progress each time we hit the track. Kudos to the team and drivers for their efforts over the past two weeks in Bahrain,” Famin stated.

He remains hopeful that Alpine will improve next week on a very different circuit from Sakhir, which did not suit the car at all.

“The team’s unity will shine through. Next weekend, we’re heading to Jeddah, a track completely different from Bahrain. It will offer a new opportunity to learn and advance with the A524 package. The hard work will continue.”

Alpine F1’s Bahrain Nightmare. Alpine F1’s Bahrain Nightmare


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