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Alpine want to give Alonso a better car for him to stay beyond 2022

Article To news overview © Alpine Alpine admit that they have to deliver a better car to encourage Fernando Alonso to stay beyond 2022. With the news recently being made official that the Spaniard will continue with the team next year, CEO Laurent Rossi says that they have to continue to show signs of progress if they want to keep Alonso for even longer. "We just need to keep on doing what we're doing, because that [will] give him the confidence that he is in the right team," Rossi told select media, including RacingNews365.com. "And obviously we need to give him a better car, so this yields better results. The results that we have are not where we want to be in four years...
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