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Struggling Alpine may be candidate for Andretti takeover

Mar.4 Questions are now being asked about how long Alpine will maintain the support of Renault. In Bahrain, the stark reality of Alpine's situation with its woeful 2024 car became clear. 'There are the top four teams, then Aston Martin, the rest and then Alpine,' new Haas team boss Ayao Komatsu told Ekstra Bladet after the season opener. Last year, amid Alpine's exodus of top staff, a quarter of the team was sold by Renault by investors – with some celebrities as the public face of the deal. It valued the team at about 800 million euros. Still, the prospects for 2024 didn't look great, also because the Renault engine – not used by a single customer team, thereby exacerbating...
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