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AlphaTauri: New Milton Keynes F1 facilities ‘extremely important’

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Yuki Tsunoda (JPN) AlphaTauri AT04. 05.11.2023. Formula 1 World Championship, Rd 21, Brazilian Grand Prix, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Race Day.

AlphaTauri Formula 1 CEO Peter Bayer has said the Faenza-based outfit’s UK expansion to new facilities in Milton Keynes will be “extremely important for the team’s progress.

The bulk of AlphaTauri’s operations occur in its Faenza, Italy headquarters, but the squad has had an aerodynamics department working in Bicester for a considerable time.

However, with plans to expand its foothold in Britain, the team is moving its aero deportment to a new set of facilities in Milton Keynes, where its sister squad Red Bull is based.

Much has been made of Red Bull and AlphaTauri’s partnership in recent months, but Bayer says the majority of the reasoning behind the move is recruitment-based.

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“The Milton Keynes Performance Centre is necessary because the Bicester facility is becoming too small already,” Bayer told Motorsport.com .

“We don’t have any parking spaces, we have no canteen. We have to be an attractive employer.

“First of all, it obviously starts with the team as such, with the identity, but then there’s also the facilities and the opportunities for people to have a career path.

“And that’s why those facilities will be extremely important.

“Also, the lease in Bicester is running out, so we had to make a move anyway.”

Naturally, being close to Red Bull will have its benefits for AlphaTauri moving forward.

Since the start of 2022, AlphaTauri has employed the use of Red Bull’s Bedford-based wind tunnel, so in bringing the aero department closer to Red Bull headquarters, liaison regarding wind tunnel work should run smoother, as Bayer explains.

“The advantage of obviously being closer to Red Bull Racing and their campus is that it will be easier for us when it’s about wind tunnel work, about simulator work,” Bayer added.

“So that’s all will make life easier for all the engineers.”

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F1 has long held a largely British workforce, with the likes of Red Bull, Mercedes, McLaren, Aston Martin, Alpine, Williams and Haas all having a foothold on UK shores.

Bayer states that a part of expanding AlphaTauri’s British base is to develop its UK-based workforce, as attracting Brits to move to Faenza is an admittedly difficult transition.

“In terms of moving people we have anyway aerodynamicists and designers, and the model shop is in the UK,” Bayer explained.

“But we are currently running quite an intense recruiting campaign and we are now happy to offer top British talent a workplace in the UK.

“Because for them, I hate to say that, Faenza is beautiful, but it’s an issue.

“I give you my own example. When I started, I took my wife, we drove to Faenza. She said, ‘Oh, it’s beautiful.’

“And we had pizza, and drove out to the sea. And then she said, ‘So, what about the school?’

“I said, ‘I don’t think there is one.’

“‘And what about potential job opportunities for me?’ I don’t think there [are any].’

“If you don’t speak Italian, and if your children aren’t babies anymore, the move is very difficult, to be honest.

“I think we have a couple of British engineers who will go back now to Milton Keynes.

“We offered the opportunity to Italians who want to move to they can, but there’s no must. But clearly the bulk of the new hires are British.”

Technical Director Jody Egginton added that the moving of the aero department to Milton Keynes is a “positive” one, given the fact they were “outgrowing” the outgoing facility.

AlphaTauri finished eighth in the 2023 Constructors’ Championship with a tally of 25 points.

The team experienced a mixed campaign, fielding four drivers across the year: Yuki Tsunoda, Nyck de Vries, Daniel Ricciardo and Liam Lawson.

Tsunoda and Ricciardo from the team’s 2024 line-up, with a rebrand, rumoured to be Racing Bulls, expected before the start of the 2024 season.

Also new for 2024 will be the outfit’s Team Principal, with ex-Ferrari Racing Director Laurent Mekkies assuming the role in place of the outgoing Franz Tost.

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AlphaTauri’s Game-Changing Move: Major RB19 Upgrades Signal a New Era in F1

AlphaTauri’s integration of Red Bull RB19 components marks a major upgrade, heralding a new chapter in their F1 journey. This significant shift, including a potential name change to “Racing Bulls”, signals the team’s ambitious push towards the front of the grid.

Key Takeaways:

  • Major Upgrade with Red Bull Technology: AlphaTauri is set to receive a substantial upgrade with the implementation of Red Bull’s RB19 pull-rod front suspension. This move marks a significant technical shift for the team, soon to be known as “Racing Bulls”.
  • New Management and Name Change: The team’s evolution includes a change in management with Laurent Mekies stepping in as Team Principal, and a rumored renaming to “Racing Bulls”. This denotes a stronger alignment with Red Bull, both technically and in branding.
  • Continued Independence in Design: Despite adopting key components from Red Bull, the team will maintain its design independence, blending elements from McLaren, Aston Martin, and Williams to create a unique and competitive car for the 2024 season.

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In the latter part of 2023, AlphaTauri displayed significant progress, a stark contrast from their earlier struggles to break into the top 10. The major upgrades to the AT04 late in the season played a pivotal role in this turnaround, consistently placing at least one driver in the points post the United States Grand Prix.

The Faenza-based team’s burgeoning relationship with sister team Red Bull is set to deepen in 2024. This includes a branding overhaul, with a rumored renaming to “Racing Bulls” and the introduction of new American sponsors, potentially a high-profile fashion brand.

The 2024 season is poised to be a watershed year for AlphaTauri, with a car heavily influenced by the formidable RB19, especially in aerodynamics and front suspension. The adoption of the RB19’s advanced pull-rod front suspension is expected to lower the front center of gravity and stabilize the chassis under braking, enhancing aerodynamic efficiency. Unique to AlphaTauri’s strategy is the incorporation of diverse design elements from other teams, including McLaren, Aston Martin, and Williams, in addition to the Red Bull influence.

Despite concerns about potential data sharing between Red Bull and AlphaTauri, the FIA has found no evidence of direct cooperation in design terms. However, they are considering implementing stricter controls to prevent data leaks among top teams and their affiliates. The 2024 season is set to be a defining moment for AlphaTauri, as they embark on a journey with renewed vigor, technical prowess, and a bold new identity.

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Red Bull are planning wholesale changes for AlphaTauri, including in personnel and branding, in 2024. With this, they will bring an end to another chapter in the history of their “junior” team.

Helmut Marko recently sparked discussion in the F1 paddock with his comments regarding AlphaTauri. The Italian outfit, which currently operates out of its Faenza factory, has already confirmed that it will move to Britain – geographically closer to Red Bull.

On top of this, Red Bull adviser Marko has outlined further changes coming to AlphaTauri in 2024.

“AlphaTauri will have two new leaders in 2024, Laurent Mekies and Peter Bayer,” confirmed Marko to Kleine Zeitung, via GP Fans . “There will be new sponsors and a new name.

“The orientation is clear: follow Red Bull Racing as far as the regulations allow. Own designs are the wrong way to go.”

"Toro Rosso would be cool!" ???? Yuki Tsunoda on the name change for AlphaTauri in the 2024 season ✍️ pic.twitter.com/6ldZNo92t0 — Sky Sports F1 (@SkySportsF1) June 29, 2023

The team’s adviser also strongly suggested that changes to the driver line-up could occur next season. Yuki Tsunoda and Nyck de Vries are the current pilots at AlphaTauri – although their jobs are clearly not safe for 2024.

But the real headline is that AlphaTauri will likely have a new name next campaign. Red Bull will move away from promoting their in-house fashion brand via their sister team – opening up an opportunity for a new name on the grid.

Also, it seems that the Austrian marque is plotting a technical alliance between their two teams.

All these changes point to the start of a new chapter for the Italian squad. But how closely have the two Red Bull-owned outfits been intertwined throughout their histories?

AlphaTauri’s confusing technical timeline

AlphaTauri started life as Minardi, an Italian team that ran in F1 from the late 80s all the way through to 2005. Red Bull then purchased the ailing squad for the 2006 season, handing the team the moniker “Toro Rosso”.

For their inaugural campaign, Toro Rosso utilised an adjusted chassis from Red Bull Racing’s 2005 car. This forced competitors to raise concerns almost immediately about the relationship between the two RB squads. Despite this, Red Bull Technology supplied STR with a chassis from 2007-2009.

A dinosaur in #F1 In 2006, F1 rules imposed a 2.4l V8 engine in place of the 3.0l V10 Toro Rosso, though, was allowed to use the V10 for one more year, with a 16.700rev limiter and a reduced intake The chassis was from ‘05, too (taken from the previous RB, on the right) pic.twitter.com/M1PraJyo60 — ????Formula Data Analysis (@FDataAnalysis) November 23, 2022

After 2010’s new Concorde agreement , Toro Rosso operated within their own right, away from Red Bull tech. They worked from their own factory, developed their own car, and had their own engine suppliers.

The drinks company still had ultimate control of them, though; they picked the drivers and team personnel. Therefore, Toro Rosso/AlphaTauri has always been Red Bull Racing’s “little brother” team.

In 2020 , Toro Rosso changed its name to AlphaTauri. This was a marketing ploy from parent company Red Bull – the name change allowed them to promote their fashion brand.

AlphaTauri have been present in the paddock ever since. However, the 2024 changes hint that this is coming to an end.

Have the two teams used the same engines?

Toro Rosso first raced with outdated, rev-limited V10 engines. These were poor compared to the rest of the 2006 field’s V8s, with Red Bull among the squads enjoying the new engines.

After this difficult first season, Toro Rosso took on Ferrari V8 engines from 2007 up to 2013. Meanwhile, Red Bull had Renault power units.

Gasly + AlphaTauri = A perfect match ???? #F1 @PierreGASLY @AlphaTauriF1 pic.twitter.com/C4t5qMedQV — Formula 1 (@F1) October 28, 2020

They did copy their parent squad on occasion, though, using Renault PUs at the start of the turbo-hybrid era. A deterioration in relations between Renault and Red Bull brought this alliance to an end in 2016.

STR went off on their own as a result, using Ferrari engines for one season . After this, 2017 saw a one-year reunion with Renault. They then formed a partnership with Honda for 2018, which preceded Red Bull’s agreement with the Japanese brand. AlphaTauri has continued to use Honda engines to this day.

Contrastingly, from 2016-2019, Red Bull had Tag Heuer-badged Renault engines. They too then switched to Honda, aligning the two teams once more.

Why have Red Bull and their junior team switched drivers so much?

From 2007, Red Bull fully made use of their junior outfit, with Toro Rosso becoming a proving ground for their academy drivers.

Sebastian Vettel was their first stand-out product. In 2008, he shattered the F1 norm by winning the Italian Grand Prix for Toro Rosso. This meant that Red Bull’s sister squad had actually won a Grand Prix before the main team did, interestingly.  

Remembering 21-year-old Sebastian Vettel's memorable first win, back in 2008! ???? #ItalianGP ???????? #F1 pic.twitter.com/6hwseefhAh — Formula 1 (@F1) September 3, 2020

But, rather bizarrely, Toro Rosso was a team that were inherently victims of their own success. If a driver such as Vettel performed well for the team, he would be shipped off to the top squad. The German, for example, upgraded to RBR for 2009.

Daniel Ricciardo also made a similar sort of step-up after the 2013 season.

RBR continued to use Toro Rosso to develop drivers as F1 entered its turbo-hybrid era in 2014. Max Verstappen came to the sport with STR in 2015, racing for just over a season with the squad. He replaced Daniil Kvyat – a Toro Rosso graduate to Red Bull himself – as part of an unceremonious inter-team swap in 2016 .

The likes of Pierre Gasly and Alex Albon earned this promotion, albeit briefly, as well.

Gasly, after being dropped from Red Bull back to Toro Rosso one year prior, enjoyed redemption with AlphaTauri in 2020. The Frenchman won the 2020 Italian GP, giving the team just its second-ever victory.

Red Bull have moved away from this trend in the Italian team’s current guise as AlphaTauri. However, they continue to have RB Academy racers in their cars, such as Yuki Tsunoda. The Japanese driver may be the latest graduate to rise into the Red Bull team in the near future.

Even as a 17-year-old @Max33Verstappen was hard to get past ???? He pushed it to the MAX in this battle with @Pastormaldo ???? #StyrianGP ???????? #F1 pic.twitter.com/7DZhC4of4K — Formula 1 (@F1) June 21, 2021

Why are the 2024 changes happening to AlphaTauri?

2023 has been disappointing for the Italian outfit. Nyck de Vries, the first non-Red Bull academy driver at AlphaTauri in years, has been disappointing. They are also stuck as the bottom of the constructors.

Clearly, Red Bull is disappointed with the backward direction that their lower squad has travelled in recent years. This brings us to 2024. It seems like we will have a closer partnership between the two squads, especially from a technical aspect.

A new name, plus sponsorship, is also on the horizon. While the outside may look like a split from the Red Bull tree, the car underneath could be closer aligned than we are used to seeing.

Will these changes allow AlphaTauri to rise back up the grid in the future – and what will Red Bull brand them as in 2024?

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F1 News: AlphaTauri Reveals Upcoming Documentary Featuring Yuki Tsunoda And Pierre Gasly

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Speaking of documentaries and movies, Formula 1 has been taking the entertainment route quite seriously to reach the masses globally. Not only the sport as a whole, but teams such as Scuderia AlphaTauri have also made their own documentary called 'Whatever it Takes.'

The documentary that features F1 drivers Pierre Gasly and Yuki Tsunoda will have its world premiere in Venice on 6 September. A co-production between Scuderia AlphaTauri and Digital Lighthouse, the documentary aims to highlight the history of AlphaTauri when Red Bull acquired the team and its Faenza factory, evolving into Scuderia Toro Rosso and eventually Scuderia AlphaTauri. 

If you think the documentary is just going to be all about race drivers and former team principals talking about their careers at AlphaTauri and the other typical boring stuff, then you might be in for a surprise. At least by the looks of the trailer which also sheds light on the intricacies of the process that goes into making a masterpiece- the Formula 1 car. 

The laboratory setup with the car being tested makes it look all the more dramatic. The best part for F1 fans is that the documentary can be viewed on the Scuderia AlphaTauri YouTube channel after the world premiere. 

Here's what the official website says about the documentary:

"Our story as it’s never been told before. The film, Whatever it Takes – the Race before the Races, will have its world premiere on 6 September in Venice. "Whatever it Takes: a co-production between Scuderia AlphaTauri and Digital Lighthouse. The definitive documentary starts off with a look at the team as it tackled the past two Formula 1 seasons, as well as looking back at its origins, its successes and its drivers past and present. The story goes back almost 20 years to the time when Red Bull acquired the little Minardi team and its Faenza factory. It goes on to cover the Scuderia Toro Rosso years and the current Scuderia AlphaTauri era, as recalled by the key players, starting with team principal Franz Tost. "From the track to the big screen. A few days after the 2023 Italian Grand Prix at Monza, the spotlight will therefore shift to the magical city of Venice, which will be hosting the Venice International Film Festival around that time. The premiere of Whatever it Takes on 6 September will be an event aimed at team guests and the specialist racing media, after which the film will be free to view for everyone on the Scuderia AlphaTauri YouTube official channel."

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This two-hour walking tour of Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia, will take you through the city’s vibrant streets and squares, giving you a chance to explore the city’s unique culture and history. The tour will begin at the Elektrostal City Hall (Address: ul. Lenina, 1, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can admire the building’s impressive architecture and learn about the city’s history. Next, you will head to the Elektrostal Museum of Local Lore (Address: ul. Lenina, 2, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). This museum is home to a variety of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of the city’s past. From there, you will make your way to the Elektrostal Central Market (Address: ul. Lenina, 3, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can browse the stalls and pick up some souvenirs or local delicacies. Afterwards, you will head to the Elektrostal Cathedral (Address: ul. Lenina, 4, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). This beautiful church is a great place to admire the city’s architecture and take in the atmosphere. Next, you will make your way to the Elektrostal Art Gallery (Address: ul. Lenina, 5, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can admire the works of local artists and learn about the city’s art scene. Afterwards, you will head to the Elektrostal Park (Address: ul. Lenina, 6, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). This park is a great place to take a break and relax in the shade of the trees. Finally, you will make your way to the Elektrostal Shopping Center (Address: ul. Lenina, 7, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can find a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a cinema. Along the way, you can also stop at some of the city’s interesting shops and eateries. For example, you can visit the Kofein Coffee Shop (Address: ul. Lenina, 8, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045) for a cup of coffee and a snack, or the Kvartal Pub (Address: ul. Lenina, 9, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045) for a beer and some traditional Russian food.

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