SportF1Briatore could join Fernando Alonso's Plan

Briatore could join Fernando Alonso's Plan

It would be the finishing touch to the vaunted Plan of Alpine and Fernando Alonso, a cherry with more symbolic value than cash, the return to the most glorious past of the Spanish driver. There is only one name that meets all these conditions: Flavio Briatore . The Italian ruled at Renault when the French team won the 2005 and 2006 world titles in Formula 1 . Mythical photos colored blue and yellow.

The waters go down unexpectedly rough in Alpine . After a more than remarkable season, with a return to savoring victory and podiums, the French team has rethought its entire strategy with the clear objective of establishing itself in the noble zone of the grid. The revolution in the regulations allows all the teams to dream and especially those that have taken a step forward in 2021.

This time of changes has taken the head of the team, the Polish Marcin Budkowski, ahead of him , and in Alpine they have not yet announced his replacement. All the gossips point to Otmar Szafnauer , who recently left Aston Martin and may be the man chosen to give the blue cars a new boost.

This wave has also drowned out a Formula 1 legend like Alain Prost . The four-time world champion, who worked as an advisor for Alpine and traveled to all the Grand Prix, has been shown the exit door and the former pilot has left with intemperate boxes. The forms of the team have tasted like a burnt horn.

In that role that Prost leaves free, Flavio Briatore , who this week has been on a trip to Paris, would fit like a glove , according to Sports Four . This visit has sparked rumors about the Italian’s return to a competition that he had to leave abruptly in 2008 after the famous crashgate , the crash caused by Nelson Piquet at the Singapore GP to help Fernando Alonso win . At 71, Briatore might still have one last word to say in F1.

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