Alpine will have some new toys for their A521 this weekend in Italy, as the team roll out new updates as they try to find more performance after a slow start to the season.
Alpine failed to score points in the season opener in Bahrain, with both Fernando Alonso and Esteban Ocon struggling to break into the top ten throughout the weekend.
As a result, the team have hastened the introduction of new parts and will roll out an aerodynamic update package for the A521 at Imola.
"We have an aerodynamic upgrade package coming to the car for this Grand Prix," Executive Director Marcin Budkowski confirmed to media ahead of the weekend.
"In addition, we have some test items to assess during Friday practice, which will help define further upgrades planned over the next few races."
These updates are likely to be based on the rear floor and rear wing, as teams continue to try to find ways to find more rear downforce after the change in aero regulations over the winter, particularly as last year's R.S.20 was quite competitive towards the end of the year.
Speaking after the Bahrain Grand Prix, Esteban Ocon said "At the moment, with these new rules, everybody is slower. Us as well, compared to the car that we had last year.
"So we know where to find the time and we know where to recover that lap time. The part of spotting where it is is done, now we have to do it."