While Red Bull, Ferrari and Mercedes have all helped young drivers make their way onto the F1 grid, Alpine haven't had as much success.
Fernando Alonso, who's resume speaks for itself and Esteban Ocon - a Mercedes junior - currently occupy the seats at the French outfit. Nevertheless Laurent Rossi believes Alpine have an overabundance of talent ready to make their way onto the F1 grid, however it's a challenge to find a seat for all of them.
"We have a lot of them knocking at the door like Christian Lundgaard and Guanyu Zhou," Rossi told RacingNews365.com. "They are one or two FP1 sessions away from having the super license. Oscar Piastri has the super license already.
"Honestly we almost have too many of them really. At the moment we are looking at options for all of them. Whether they continue a bit, whether they go to another team, or whether they become part of our team as a reserve driver in the medium term.
"We're looking at all these options and we have plenty actually. So as I said, I'm rather fortunate with that."
Alpine don't have a sister or associate team like Mercedes or Ferrari, but Rossi believes there is interest from other teams to sign drivers making their way up the ranks with the French outfit.
"If the driver is good, you will always find a seat for him," Rossi added. "A number of teams have shown interest in the three drivers I have already mentioned, so I'm not too worried to be honest."