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Alpine brings new rear wing to Spain, targets double points finish

Alpine will introduce a new rear wing for its A522 contender in Spain where the Enstone squad is targeting a return of both its cars into the points. Alpine's 2022 car has been in the mix in F1's midfield since the start of the season, although only Esteban Ocon has delivered points on a regular basis, with Fernando Alonso suffering wretched luck since the opening race in Bahrain back in March. A wave of upgrades are expecting in Barcelona, and not to be outdone by its rivals Alpine will also bring developments part to the Circuit de Catalunya. "We’ve got a new rear wing coming for Spain," said team boss Otmar Szafnauer. "It should be more efficient than the last time we...
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