Alpine bosses become Swedish with the crisis opened by Laurent Rossi

Laurent Rossi CEO of the Formula 1 team criticizes the current internal situation of the team after openly expressing his dissatisfaction

The team of Formula 1 Alpine faces a major crisis from its CEO, Laurent Rossi, who has called some of the team’s performances so far this year “amateur”. rossi he expressed his dissatisfaction on French television and warned that there would be consequences if the team does not improve its form soon. These statements put team principal Otmar Szafnauer in the crosshairs, as he is responsible for the team’s day-to-day operations.

However, Szafnauer insists that Rossi’s comments are not affecting the atmosphere within the team. According to him, the pressure to improve is already there, as the team’s technicians and engineers are seasoned professionals who want to do well in the sport. Szafnauer says he hasn’t had a chance to talk to Rossi about his comments yet, but he will.

Crisis within Alpine

Alpine is in a worse position than last year

At the moment, Alpine sits in sixth place in the Constructors’ Championship, behind McLaren. Last season, the team finished in fourth place, and at this point, Alpine is 14 fewer points compared to the same stage last year. They have suffered from reliability issues in the season and have had a difficult start overall.

One of the low points of the season for Alpine was in Australia, where Pierre Gasly and Esteban Ocon suffered terminal damage to their cars after colliding during a restart of the race. Additionally, the team has faced reliability issues with its cars. So Szafnauer acknowledges that the team has had a difficult start, but he doesn’t know why Rossi made those comments. However, the team principal expressed confidence that Alpine can regain his form and improve his racing performance.

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Focusing on solving problems and improving

Szafnauer emphasizes that the team should work to identify and understand the root causes of the problems that they have faced He assures that they will seek to implement the right processes and people to ensure that these problems are not repeated in the future. Likewise, the team Formula 1 Alpine is facing criticism and pressure from its CEO due to its performance in the season.

Despite this, the team manager, Otmar Szafnauer, insists that the criticisms are not affecting the environment within the team and that everyone is working to improve. The future of the team will depend on their ability to address existing problems and find effective solutions that allow them to regain their form and be successful in racing.

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