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Alonso: Aston Martin wants to replicate Red Bull upon F1 rules reset in 2026

Fernando Alonso has challenged Aston Martin to replicate Red Bull and capitalise on revised rules to become dominant once Formula 1's regulations change in 2026. Alonso's arrival coincided with Aston Martin emerging as Red Bull's most consistent threat last term, but the squad has since regressed to fifth place in the standings. But while Red […]
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