April 17, 2024

Alpine, unacceptable behavior denounced

The penultimate race of the season, the Las Vegas Grand Prix smiled on the Alpine racers. The qualifying session saw Pierre Gasly start on the second row, while Sebastian Ocon, who started 16th, finished the race at the foot of the podium after gaining eight positions thanks to the incid place and score twelve points. He did a great job of avoiding the chaos at the start before s…

The penultimate race of the season, the Las Vegas Grand Prix smiled on the Alpine racers. The qualifying session saw Pierre Gasly start on the second row, while Sebastian Ocon, who started 16th, finished the race at the foot of the podium after gaining eight positions thanks to the incid place and score twelve points. He did a great job of avoiding the chaos at the start before stringing together two well-managed stints to preserve his tires and maintain a competitive pace all the way to the finish.

There’s a real desire on the part of his so-called fans to damage the good relationship between Pierre and Esteban

But the smiles had faded somewhat by Monday. This was due to the wave of derogatory and even insulting comments made about the two Alpine drivers on social networks, with a special mention for Esteban Ocon, who had to endureThe two men have always respected each other, despite their personal histories in the past, lamented the Alpine collective, whose aim is to unite all fans of the Alpine brand in the field of motorsport.

We condemn all the insulting and inappropriate comments made about our drivers and the team, it added. The behavior of these people in no way reflects our values, those of the team and of Formula 1. We give and will always give our full support to our team and our drivers.