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Alpine CEO Rossi: ‘No excuse for Piastri's behaviour'

Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi has hit out at Oscar Piastri, believing there is “no excuse” over his decision to cut ties with the team. Piastri will make his Formula 1 debut with McLaren in 2023, despite being part of Alpine’s junior academy since 2020. His F1 future went to the Contract Recognition Board (CRB), as […]
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