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Esteban Ocon will half methods with Alpine on the finish of the 2024 Formula 1 season

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Esteban Ocon will half methods with Alpine on the finish of the 2024 Formula 1 season

Ocon joined the group in 2020 the place they’re identified by the identify of guardian firm Renault and received one in Hungary in 2021 along with two podium finishes throughout his time there.

But the Frenchman’s keep at Alpine has been marked by rifts together with his team-mate – first with Fernando Alonso till 2021-22 and extra lately since Gasly joined the group in 2023.

A French couple who’re outdated mates had a falling out some years in the past, and each agree that they may by no means get again collectively.

Famin was very upset by the incident in Monaco as a result of the drivers have been instructed many occasions all through the weekend that whoever enters the entrance will likely be positioned first and the opposite is anticipated to assist their race in any method.

But after Gasly completed tenth and Ocon eleventh, Ocon moved to the within of Portier on the opening lap and the 2 collided on the exit, resulting in Ocon’s retirement.

F1 stewards discovered Ocon responsible of inflicting the crash and handed him a five-place penalty for this weekend’s race in Canada.

Ocon mentioned he’ll announce the place he’ll drive in 2025 “very quickly”.

The 27-year-old is owned by Mercedes however it isn’t but identified whether or not he’ll go there, even though the seat left by Lewis Hamilton at Ferrari subsequent season.

He is anticipated to finish up at Sauber, the place he’s behind Carlos Sainz on the want listing of the group that will likely be Audi in 2026, Haas or Williams.

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