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Alfa Romeo technical director Jan Monchaux says that due to the health pandemic, the team are still unable to use the simulator they bought in 2019.
Antonio Giovinazzi is encouraged by the “positive atmosphere” surrounding the new Ferrari engine which will power the Alfa Romeo this year.
Alfa Romeo believe the big F1 rule changes for 2022 give them every chance of making a “leap forward” up the pecking order.
Alfa Romeo sent their 2021 challenger, the C41, into action for the first time in a filming day at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya.
Alfa Romeo believe the effects caused by F1’s new cost cap will not become evident until a few years down the line.
Robert Kubica is looking forward to another Formula 1 season as reserve driver, while also racing in the European Le Mans Series.
Kimi Raikkonen has told Alfa Romeo that there cannot be any reliability problems in pre-season as they don’t have time to lose.
Teams with new drivers heading into the 2021 season have made life more difficult for themselves, according to Alfa Romeo’s Jan Monchaux.
Despite a wretched 2020 campaign, Alfa Romeo boss Fred Vasseur is backing Ferrari to recover a “large part” of last year’s lost pace.
Frederic Vasseur is ‘convinced’ Alfa Romeo have the right drivers in Kimi Raikkonen and Antonio Givoinazzi with Robert Kubica in reserve.
It won’t come as a shock to anyone to learn that Kimi Raikkonen loves his racing but he could do without the rest of the F1 circus.
Alfa Romeo technical director Jan Monchaux confirmed that both of their development tokens went on the new nose cone.
Alfa Romeo technical director Jan Monchaux said the team kept the same driver line-up for 2021 to avoid an “additional challenge”.
Alfa Romeo have presented their 2021 challenger, the C41, and we must say it is very easy on the eyes, but will it perform on the track?
Following on from McLaren and AlphaTauri’s online launches, Alfa Romeo went for a destination unveiling to show off its 2021 car, the C41.
Alfa Romeo and Maserati are looking increasingly likely to step-up their interest in Formula E, according to reports.
Antonio Giovinazzi says that his dream and main target going forward is to finish on the podium with Alfa Romeo.
After a brief foray into the World Rally Championship and NASCAR a decade ago, Kimi Raikkonen says both could be options when he finally quits Formula 1.
Alfa Romeo team principal Frederic Vasseur was clear that veteran racer Kimi Raikkonen remains “more than motivated”.
Not giving up on his dream of racing for Ferrari, the Scuderia has made it “pretty clear” to Antonio Giovinazzi what he has to do this season to continue in F1.
Alfa Romeo’s Beat Zehnder believes F1’s “rich teams” may struggle to adjust to the cap but that it will only be felt in 2023 at the earliest.
Alfa Romeo will see where their car is at the “beginning of March” before deciding if it makes sense to invest in 2021’s car or switch their full focus to 2022.
As F1 recorded its sixth positive case amongst the drivers, Beat Zehnder acknowledges teams cannot “control” their drivers.
The oldest and most experienced driver on the 2021 grid, Kimi Raikkonen’s one condition for continuing in Formula 1 is very simple, he enjoys it.
Sauber, whose F1 team is currently branded as Alfa Romeo, are poised to extend their partnership with Ferrari until 2025.
Frederic Vassuer reckons last year’s reaction to the pandemic was the first time he had even seen all F1 parties pull together.
Alfa Romeo will make a presentation of its 2021 challenger on February 22 in Warsaw, Poland, according to reports.
Looking ahead to the 2021 season, Antonio Giovinazzi’s aim is for Alfa Romeo to be able to take the fight to AlphaTauri.
Alfa Romeo’s time in Formula 1 may well be numbered depending on decisions above following the merger between Fiat and Peugeot.
Alfa Romeo boss Frederic Vasseur has revealed he sees Antonio Giovinazzi becoming a team leader in the future.