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Alonso excited to try new floor package on Alpine's A522

Alpine has confirmed that it will roll out its A522 in Singapore this weekend with a new floor that has Fernando Alonso all excited as the update should deliver "a reasonable step in performance". Despite Alonso's DNF at Monza, Alpine still holds an 18-point lead over midfield rival McLaren in the Constructors' standings in which the two teams are fighting for fourth position. But with upcoming tracks expected to better suit McLaren's MCL36 compared to recent low-downforce venues such as Spa and Monza, Alpine is pushing forward with the development of its A522. In Italy, sporting director Alan Permane alluded to a new floor for Singapore that will bring "a massive step of...
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