Alpine A110 GT4 Racing well in France.
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    Default Alpine A110 GT4 Racing well in France.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MHlJ84Y22O0

    Just been watching the street racing in Pau in France. A bit of a "Micky Mouse" circuit but still a lot of fun.

    The FFSA French GT4 Championship has plenty A110-GT4 cars entered, and they do very well against the very varied GT field of all the top names. They still hold their own even on the normal full race tracks. So maybe they can produce a competitive GT4 car.

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    A 2020 version -
    https://www.motorauthority.com/news/...port-spy-shots


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    Another teaser -
    https://www.carshowroom.com.au/news/...l-as-gorgeous/


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    Thanks for posting Ray.
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    Thanks for sharing. Although repetitive at times, this review of the new A110 is the best I have seen - very comprehensive and objective as well as plenty of credits to Jean Rédélé and his successors at Dieppe. Well done to the designers at Alpine for persisting with this immaculate machine - a very worthy successor to the original A110.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bazzamac View Post
    Thanks for sharing. Although repetitive at times, this review of the new A110 is the best I have seen - very comprehensive and objective as well as plenty of credits to Jean Rédélé and his successors at Dieppe. Well done to the designers at Alpine for persisting with this immaculate machine - a very worthy successor to the original A110.
    Yeah, a bit eye glazing with all the statistics rolling off his tongue.
    These series of clips could do do with more editing for my liking.....but they are comprehensive.


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