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Alpine CEO confirms criticism Ocon: 'Alonso didn't do simulator work'

Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi has backed Esteban Ocon in criticising Fernando Alonso's behaviour. In an interview with L'Equipe, Rossi indicates that Alonso was indeed unwilling to do much work behind the scenes and that this is going to change with Pierre Gasly. Article continues under ad The announcement that Alonso would swap Alpine for Aston Martin was overshadowed this summer by the drama surrounding Oscar Piastri. Piastri was supposed to be Alonso's successor at Alpine but the Australian had other ideas about that and ended up joining McLaren. Because this situation demanded a lot of attention, it seemed as if Alonso's departure from the French racing stable was very amiable, but lately...
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