The Alpine team is having a turbulent season in Formula 1. The French team is struggling on the track and off the track they are in a managerial crisis. They are looking for a new team boss, but it seems that they are mainly taking it easy. Bruno Famin indicates that he feels no pressure in this search.
Alpine has been without a team boss for a few months. Earlier this season, Otmar Szafnauer was fired by the team. Mattia Binotto’s name was circulated, but no one would confirm whether he was actually in with a chance of becoming Alpine team boss. For the time being, the team is led by interim team boss Bruno Famin. He is present at the circuits almost every race weekend and he does not seem concerned about the current situation.
Famin is responsible for the search for a new team boss, but he seems to be in no hurry. He also indicates that this is the case. In conversation with the international media, Famin indicates what the current state of affairs is: “For the time being, I am looking at the matter. I think that the changes from earlier this year, as far as I can see, have worked out well off the track. This search is about not about one person, but it’s about getting all people on the same page.”