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Alpine sets high goals: "Always two cars in the points"

After the first races of the season, it is clear: Alpine has taken a step forward in terms of competitiveness. The French team has not yet been able to fully exploit their potential due to technical malfunctions and a penalty for Fernando Alonso in Miami, among other things. Structural points Nevertheless, there is a lot of positivity within Alpine. Fighting for victory is not possible, but behind the top teams of Red Bull Racing and Ferrari, the French are fighting with Mercedes and McLaren for best-of-the-rest. If Alpine really wants to stay in the fight with these teams, they will have to start grabbing points, as Alpine team boss Otmar Szafnauer realizes. Only the Bahrain Grand Prix...
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