The team, who is competing against McLaren, will deliver their last car improvements to Austin after delivering their new floor to Singapore and Japan.
As they keep going their fight with McLaren for the Formula 1 Constructors Championship, Alpine will deliver their last improvements of the season to Austin.
The team will make a “minor adjustment” to the outer section of the most recent floor after debuting a new floor for the A522 at the Singapore Grand Prix, according to Team Principal Otmar Szafnauer.
“We brought a new floor to the car for Singapore and Japan and that worked as expected,” said Szafnauer.
“We especially saw the improvements at Suzuka, which is a more conventional circuit than Marina Bay, and we were satisfied with how it performed and that bodes well for futures races.
“For Austin, we are bringing a small modification to the outer section of the latest floor, which is our final update of the year.”
Austin is going to be a “demanding track”
Szafnauer predicts that the Circuit of the Americas, which is bumpy and fast, would be a “demanding circuit” for the racers as they try to increase their 13-point lead over McLaren.
He added: “It’s always great when we race in the United States – home turf for me – especially in Austin, which is a favourite among many of us in Formula 1.
“It’s a very demanding racetrack that usually brings some good racing with a fast first sector, the long, back straight and some slow-speed corners towards the end, which has some opportunities for overtaking.”
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