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Alpine mulling becoming a customer F1 team – report

Alpine's Formula 1 outfit could be looking to shut down its Renault power unit operation at Viry-Chatillon in search of a customer engine deal, according to reports. Autosport reports that Alpine is planning to cease its F1 power unit project and avoid developing a new 2026 engine in favour of having one leased from a rival […]
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