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Alpine launch 2022 F1 car: Striking new blue and pink look revealed with colour 'flip' plan in place

Despite having multiple fraud convictions to his name, controversial Italian businessman Flavio Briatore was appointed to the role of managing director at Benetton ahead of the 1990 season.

Alpine launch 2022 F1 car: Striking new blue and pink look revealed with colour 'flip' plan in place

Alpine launch 2022 F1 car: Striking new blue and pink look revealed with colour 'flip' plan in place Alpine are penultimate team to launch their car, with A522 revealed two days before first pre-season test; Blue and pink livery due to new title sponsor in BWT, while car will be predominantly pink for opening two races Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

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The main A522 look is predominantly blue but also has large splashes of pink as Alpine, formerly known as Renault, celebrate a new title sponsor in BWT, who previously brought their colours to the Aston Martin team. Retrieved 30 August 2021.

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Team Enstone: tracing the roots of the Alpine F1 team

The token empowers BWT Alpine F1® Team fans to participate in team voting polls, hunt digital collectibles, purchase NFTs, and enjoy gamification features that are tied with fan rewards or great experiences.

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BWT Alpine F1 Team Launch

The team slowly fell down the competitive order before being taken over by engine supplier Renault ahead of the 2000 season. Retrieved 22 August 2021. Soon after, the team also revealed plans to rebrand from Renault to Alpine for the 2021 season.

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BWT Alpine F1 Team Launch

Despite a disappointing start, Alpine scored in the next fifteen races, including a victory for Ocon at the. In September 2020, Groupe Renault announced their intention to use "Alpine" as their works team's new name going forward to promote the Alpine brand, and thus the team is set to become known as the "Alpine F1 Team" whilst retiring the "Renault F1 Team" moniker after five years. Formula 1® - The Official F1® Website.

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Esteban Ocon begins his third season with the team ahead of the 2022 FIA Formula 1 World Championship season. Launched two days before the season starts in earnest with winter testing, Alpine are the ninth team to formally unveil their new challenger, designed to the new regulations aimed at revolutionising wheel-to-wheel racing.