The Alpine team is launching a new platform this weekend that will reduce the team car’s weight by 4kg. The French team wants to secure fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship and has introduced a lighter base in Australia. After the FIA provided the teams with two tie rods to reduce ground deflection, the alpine floor was able to tighten, resulting in a weight gain, sdsd reports.
Alpine is one of the most active teams in bringing about change in Melbourne. While engineers led by Bruno Farm work on the reliability of the Renault E-Tech RE22 power plant, Enstone’s office tries to lighten the A522, which is much heavier than the FIA limit of 798kg. The team made a small adjustment to the front wing as well Flaps The front wings have been shown solely to give a sense of proportion. In total, it saves about 4 kg of alpine weight.
Tie the wires for the ground benefit for the match
Alpine technical director Pat Fry recently complained that some teams (especially Ferrari and Mercedes) have been able to use two tie rods to prevent the car’s subfloor from slipping in front of the rear wheels. His team restrained itself from building a very hard but heavy foundation to prevent it from bending. With this adjustment, Alpine has achieved weight savings of 3 to 4 kg and a significant intervention has been made below, i.e. Alpine’s choices are on par with its competitors.
Already the third engine for Alonso
The Enstone team has already claimed to be using a third Renault engine following a water pump malfunction in the Jetta in Fernando Alonso’s car. A detail analyzed at Viry Chatillon’s headquarters, where the problem was identified and resolved. The team, led by Otmar Szfnauer, is currently ranked fourth in the Constructors’ Championship rankings, and the brand aims to maintain this position. Therefore, the French creation played safely on the basis of updates and presented them in front of its midfield rivals.
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