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Ocon: Alpine F1 ‘couldn't fight' in Suzuka amid ‘backwards step'

Esteban Ocon has admitted that the Alpine Formula 1 team's 'backwards step' during the Japanese Grand Prix meant that he 'couldn't fight' against its competitors. Alpine has endured a disastrous start to the season with an overweight and uncompetitive A524 car but appeared to have made small progress during recent rounds. The Enstone-based squad introduced […]
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