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Alonso F1 future linked to progress with Alpine

Fernando Alonso says he will have a future in F1 with Alpine beyond the end of the 2022 season, if both parties continue their march forward together. Alonso's one-year deal with Alpine was recently extended into 2022, when F1 will ushed in a new set of regulations. The 40-year-old is banking on Alpine taking advantage of the big reset to improve its position in F1's pecking order. If that's the case and Alonso feels that he's also up to the task of carrying Alpine forward, he will remain on the grid with the Enstone squad in 2023. "Hopefully next year we have a package that we can fight for competitive positions, a step better than this year. That's the target," said the...
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