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Gasly may stick with Alpine for 2026 revolution

Apr.2 Pierre Gasly could stick with Alpine for the future, despite the Renault works team's current performance crisis. Currently, after a period of management and shareholding turmoil, the team emerged from the recent winter off-season with probably the slowest F1 car in 2024. Gasly admits it won't be a quick fix. 'I think we're not looking ahead two or three weeks, but rather four or six months,' said the Frenchman. But while the Toto Wolff-managed Esteban Ocon eyes a potential move to Mercedes for 2025, Gasly might prefer to look even further ahead – to the all-new 2026 rules. Renault's is currently the least powerful engine on the grid, but McLaren driver Lando Norris says every...
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