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Alpine CEO doubts future of junior programme after transfer soap Piastri

Laurent Rossi does not yet know whether Alpine's junior programme will continue. Following the soap opera surrounding Oscar Piastri's contract, the French formation's CEO does not know whether they will take on new pupils in the future. Therefore, it is also possible that the current junior drivers will be the last to be part of the programme. Article continues under ad Earlier, it was announced that Piastri will team up with Lando Norris at McLaren from 2023. Alpine was initially still sure that the contract they had with the young Australian was legitimate. The special department around contracts vab FIA looked at both teams' agreements and ruled in McLaren's favour. Piastri thus chose a...
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