Gasly: Dutch GP podium shows Alpine in "right direction" after F1 manager exits

Gasly: Dutch GP podium shows Alpine in "right direction" after F1 manager exits
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French driver Gasly secured a podium finish in the rain-soaked race at Zandvoort, finishing fourth on track but moving up to third due to a penalty for Sergio Perez. This marks Alpine’s second top-three result in as many races, with Gasly also finishing third in the Belgian sprint race. These strong performances come amidst changes in the team’s leadership, as team principal Otmar Szafnauer and sporting director Alan Permane departed due to differences with Renault’s senior management. Additionally, Alpine CEO Laurent Rossi was moved to other projects, and Bruno Famin took over the motorsport operation. Gasly believes that Alpine is moving in the right direction and emphasized the importance of continuous improvement. His success in the race was attributed to the team’s decision to pit for intermediate tires early on. Despite the challenging conditions, Gasly remained calm and praised the team’s work and achievements.

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Forrás: Autosport.com

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