When an F1 driver takes the wheel of the Alpine des gendarmes, things are slippery

Who could have imagined that the taxpayer’s money could one day allow a Formula 1 driver to make donuts in a police vehicle?

As you know, the National Gendarmerie has just ordered 26 new Alpine A110s to equip its rapid intervention units. 26 copies of the French sports car which will replace the aging Renault M├ęgane RS and which will complement the Seat Leon Cupra recently arrived at the gendarmes.

On the occasion of the delivery of the very first copy of this small series of Alpine A110 to the police, Formula 1 driver Esteban Ocon took the opportunity to give the military a little surprise. The Alpine F1 team driver has indeed embarked on a small donut session at the wheel of the pretty Frenchwoman.

It slips

And donuts in Alpine A110, it’s still very easy thanks to the 252 horsepower of the beast and a rear axle always quick to skate once the driving aids are deactivated. So when a Formula 1 driver is in charge, things are bound to slip a lot.

Source: Turbo.fr – L'info en continu by www.turbo.fr.

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