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After months of speculation, this is finally what Alpine‘s return to Formula 1 will look like in 2021. The launch of the new A521 on Tuesday 2 March was an opportunity for the French manufacturer to announce the colour, literally and figuratively.
Presented in January in a winter livery of mainly matt black, the car is finally decked out in French blue, the historic colour of the company founded by Jean Rédélé in Dieppe (Normandy) in 1955, and in red.
Fifth in the Constructors’ standings in 2020 under the Renault F1 Team name, the Franco-British team will be relying on Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon this year. The Spaniard, who is looking for a resounding comeback with a team that won two world titles in 2005 and 2006, did not attend the presentation.
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