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Alpine lose key figures as Ben Sulayem labels Horner saga 'damaging' - RacingNews365 Review

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Alpine has suffered a further blow to its early season woes as technical director Matt Harman and head of aerodynamics Dirk de Beer have resigned.

Harman and de Beer handed in their resignations a few weeks ago and are currently serving out the notice period on their contracts, with the duo set to leave the F1 team in April.

READ MORE: Alpine early season crisis worsens with key resignations

Wolff: Verstappen, Red Bull can win every race

Mercedes Team Principal Toto Wolff has conceded Max Verstappen was on a "different galaxy" in the Bahrain Grand Prix.

The Dutchman made the best possible start to his F1 Drivers' title defence by taking a 22.4-second victory over Red Bull teammate Sergio Perez, having secured pole position by almost a quarter of a second in qualifying.

READ MORE: Wolff: Verstappen, Red Bull can win every race

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Ben Sulayem: Ongoing Horner saga is 'damaging' for F1

FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem believes the ongoing saga engulfing Red Bull Team Principal Christian Horner is "damaging" for Formula 1.

On Wednesday, the outcome into Red Bull GmbH's investigation into alleged inappropriate behaviour from Horner was revealed - with the grievance against him dismissed after the complaint from a female member of staff.

READ MORE: Ben Sulayem: Ongoing Horner saga is 'damaging' for F1

Alpine delivered damning F1 assessment by ousted boss Szafnauer

Former Alpine Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer has delivered a damning assessment of the management of the team.

Szafnauer was unceremoniously removed from his position at the Belgian Grand Prix last season and replaced in an interim role by Bruno Famin, who has since become a permanent appointment.

READ MORE: Alpine delivered damning F1 assessment by ousted boss Szafnauer

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Ricciardo in plea to Tsunoda after team order row

Daniel Ricciardo has revealed he hopes teammate Yuki Tsunoda will 'calm down' following a team order row at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

The RB pit wall asked Tsunoda to let Ricciardo by while the duo were following Kevin Magnussen in a battle for 12th place late in the F1 season opener.

READ MORE: Ricciardo in plea to Tsunoda after team order row

Mercedes applauds Red Bull's 'bravery' as own 'trick' debunked

Mercedes' James Allison has lavished praise on Red Bull for opting to be radical with the RB20 as he explained their own front-wing.

When the RB20 broke cover at launch and through testing, attention was drawn to the engine cover which has seemingly drawn inspiration from Mercedes' own ideas with the 2023 car.

READ MORE: Mercedes applauds Red Bull's 'bravery' as own 'trick' debunked

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