The Alpine A521 in provisional design

Fernando Alonso's team showed a decoration that anticipates the one that will be used this year.

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El Alpine F1 Team, the new name that the team will have Renault de F1, demonstrated the temporary decoration of his car on a car used last year.

Although we will have to wait a few more weeks to see the final colors of the model that the Spanish will drive Fernando Alonso And French Esteban Ocon, in this design some aspects are appreciated that, surely, will maintain the A521, such the official name of the car for this year.

Alpine F1The element A500 of the designation refers to the draft of F.1 (in line with previous Alpine cars, the A110, A310, etc.) and 21 refers to the year in which it will compete.

"This design is the first evocation of the new identity of the Alpine F1 team"Said Antony villain, Alpine's director of design. "Some of the structural graphic elements will remain in the racing colors, while others will change ”, Agregó.

“The 'oversized' Alpine emblem in a tricolor graphics system is the first clear symbol of the brand's identity in motorsports. Blue, white and red refer to the colors of the French and British flags, which is very important to us. "Villain clarified.

Alpine F1For this new stage, Renault made important changes to the structure of the team. Cyril Abiteboul, who had been responsible for it since 2016, left his position to Laurent rossi. While sports management will be in charge of Davide Brivio, who until 2020 was in charge of the team Suzuki de a MotoGP.

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