Fernando Alonso has questioned the accuracy of his boss’s recent assertion that the “new back wing” this weekend in Barcelona will give Alpine “a little more performance”.

Fernando Alonso questioned the accuracy of his boss’s recent statement that the “new rear wing” this weekend in Barcelona will give Alpine “a little more performance”.

According to the newspaper El Mundo Deportivo, the new alpine boss Otmar Schaffnauer said in Miami that Renaultthe team owned planned to “introduce a new rear wing in Spain”.

“It needs to be more efficient than the last one we used here in February, so it needs to give us a little more performance,” he said.

However, faced with the news that the new rear wing – is to increase the performance of the car Alpine 2022, 40-year-old Alonso took this description.

“The rear wing, which I read about in recent days, is the rear wing only for this route. In Monza, I can tell you that we will have another new wing, because it will be Monza’s wing,” said the Spaniard.

“So there is no evolution,” he insisted. “She’s just set up on the track itself. So that’s a little doubt that needs to be resolved,” Alonso said at a media event for personal sponsor Finetwork.

As for the goal in his home race, Alonso said his car is good enough for “points”. As for the possibility of the rostrum, he replied: “I hope soon.”

Alonso and Schaffnauer may be sitting hair behind the back wing, but it’s clear that the two-time champion wants to stay in Formula One next year.

Whether this will be with Alpine, however, is now open.

“The future – we’ll see after the summer, that’s what I meant from the preseason,” Alonso said.

“I’ve already said that in the summer I’ll think about which option is best.”

Asked about rumors about Aston Martin, he insisted: “I haven’t talked to anyone yet.”

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