Although Alpine performed well at the Miami Grand Prix, Esteban Ocon wishes to observe the team produce less “disappointing” performances.
After having a challenging beginning of the 2023 Formula 1 season, which has resulted in just 14 points in the Constructors’ Championship, Esteban Ocon hopes to see Alpine “executing better races.”
A near-miss with photographers at the final race of the Azerbaijan Grand Prix brought the team’s terrible weekend to a close after the Frenchman received a hat-trick of penalties in Bahrain.
The latest criticism of the squad by CEO Laurent Rossi for at times coming off as “amateur” has prompted squad Principal Otmar Szafnauer to promise enhancements.
Ocon thinks the team should concentrate on having a “smooth weekend” and bringing home some desperately needed points.
“While our thoughts remain with Emilia-Romagna, our racing focus turns to Monaco. Like Miami, we need to ensure that we have a smooth weekend and bring home deserved points,” said Ocon.
“We’ve had a couple of disappointing race weekends this year so the team is focused on executing better races across the board.”
Ocon motivated to prove Alpine can compete with elite teams
The fact that the race in Imola was canceled the previous weekend brought some relief to Alpine because it prevented Ocon’s colleague Pierre Gasly from accruing extra Super Licence points, which may have resulted in a race penalty.
In an effort to turn back their fortunes and finish in the points more frequently, Ocon claims that the squad wants to show that they are capable of competing with the best.
He added: “We are eager to get back out there and show our pace and show that we can compete with some of the top teams.
“Monaco is always an exciting weekend, one of the highlights of the season, and we will be looking to put on a good show for the fans.”
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