Alpine launch 2022 F1 car: Striking new blue and pink look revealed with colour ‘flip’ plan in place

Alpine are penultimate team to launch their car, with A522 revealed two days before first pre-season test; Blue and pink livery due to new title sponsor in BWT, while car will be predominantly pink for opening two races

Last Updated: 22/02/22 6:07am


Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

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Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

Alpine have revealed a fresh livery for the 2022 Formula 1 season, the team in blue and pink due to a new title sponsor in BWT.

Alpine have revealed a striking new livery on their 2022 Formula 1 car and a unique colour ‘flip’ plan for the opening races, as the French team look to make a big leap up the order in their second campaign.

The main A522 look is predominantly blue but also has large splashes of pink as Alpine, formerly known as Renault, celebrate a new title sponsor in BWT, who previously brought their colours to the Aston Martin team.

Alpine's new main look for the 2022 season

Alpine’s new main look for the 2022 season

In an added twist, it was revealed during Alpine’s launch that the colour scheme will ‘flip’ for the first two races of the season, meaning a dominant-pink look for the Bahrain and Saudi Arabian GPs.

Launched two days before the season starts in earnest with winter testing, Alpine are the ninth team to formally unveil their new challenger, designed to the new regulations aimed at revolutionising wheel-to-wheel racing.

They say the car unveiled in Paris was a show car, with the team to shakedown their ‘real’ challenger in Barcelona on Tuesday before the winter test.

The 'flipped' pink car Alpine will use for the first two races of the season

The ‘flipped’ pink car Alpine will use for the first two races of

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Kenny Vaccaro retiring from NFL after eight seasons to launch esports organization

Kenny Vaccaro is calling it a job and right away stepping into a new, digital arena.

The previous Titans and Saints defensive again is retiring and shifting his interest to the launch of a new esports group co-established by Vaccaro and two professional gamers/business people, according to a news launch from the business, G1 (also recognised as Avid gamers Initially).

“This isn’t really a reflex determination for me it can be a thing I’ve considered about for a long time,” Vaccaro stated in the statement. “I’ve been a gamer for even extended than I have played football, and I’ve constantly assumed of myself as a gamer initial. So this is the realization of a extensive-phrase dream for me. And though football has been how lots of have outlined me, G1 is proof for other athletes as effectively that lifestyle will not finish just due to the fact you put down the helmet. You can reinvent yourself.”

Vaccaro is investing his soccer helmet for a headset, aiming to go after a globe esports championship in the first-particular person shooter video game acknowledged as Halo. He leaves guiding a soccer occupation that incorporated 110 online games played (109 starts off), 610 occupation tackles, 35 tackles for decline, 10 interceptions and 44 passes defensed in 8 seasons.

A initial-round decide on out of Texas in 2013, Vaccaro replaced veteran Roman Harper in the Saints’ initial month of the 2013 time and went on to thrive, earning PFWA All-Rookie Group honors in his first NFL season. It was an inspiring get started to a vocation that mostly leveled out from there, with Vaccaro providing reliably enough engage in but by no means quite ascending to the Pro Bowl or All-Pro status envisioned of a very first-spherical decide.

The Saints eventually parted means

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EA Sports announces projected launch day for rebooted NCAA football movie game

EA Sports activities verified a focus on launch date for the forthcoming launch of their new college football video game. 

Cory Moss, CEO of Collegiate Licensing Co., stated of Thursday that EA Athletics is arranging on launching the recreation in the course of Summer season 2023.

“Which is the hope,” Moss stated, according to 247Sports’ Brandon Marcello. 

With the announcement of the NCAA’s new NIL rules this calendar year, the plan for the recreation was re-introduced. EA Sporting activities designed an official announcement on Feb. 2 of preliminary strategies for the game’s return because it was discontinued after the release “NCAA Football ’14.”

Extra: Almost everything we know about the return of NCAA football movie sport

In accordance to an unreleased document detailing EA Sports activities proposal to FBS Educational institutions, the game could be introduced as early as July 1, 2023, and has a 4-year license proposal through 2027.  

The activity is creating an official return considering that it was discontinued. While the unique sport did not use participant names, it copied players’ jersey figures, pores and skin hues, and skillsets, which added to the controversy on the NCAA’s earlier rulings on name, graphic, and likeness.

In 2014, UCLA basketball mentor Ed O’Bannon and 19 student-athletes filed a lawsuit towards the NCAA, Collegiate Licensing Enterprise, and EA Sports activities, claiming that the organizations violated United States antitrust laws by not allowing athletes to get a share of the revenues generated from the use of their

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Launch Esports Announces Inaugural Future of College Esports Conference, November 11, 2021

HOUSTON–(Enterprise WIRE)–Start Esports™, a joint undertaking between leading esports event software and administration firm Mainline and Steel World Esports – an affiliated enterprise of university multimedia rights holder Metal Curtain U, right now declared the agenda and verified speakers for the inaugural Future of Higher education Esports, a one-day govt conference centered on the newest developments in the burgeoning collegiate esports market.

The celebration, which is remaining co-offered by Launch Esports in affiliation with Electronic Media Wire’s Long term of Tv, is built to supply a roadmap for stakeholders, together with athletic directors, coaches, players and group representatives, to launch and expand collegiate esports programs and how to detect the alternatives to do the job with manufacturer marketers, digital platforms, influencers, broadcasters, and professional groups while preparing college students for professions in the esports business.

The event consists of 6 periods on the following subjects:

  1. The Point out of Esports: Current Traits & Upcoming Expectations
  2. The Exploding New Industry For Identify Picture & Likeness: Prospects for University Esports Athletes and Manufacturer Entrepreneurs
  3. The Potential of Higher education Esports Productions: Streamers, Influencers and Shoutcasters
  4. The Building of a Collegiate Esports System
  5. Video games & Esports Lifestyle & Life style Information: The Chance for Makes, Companies and Marketers
  6. The U.S. Armed Forces & Esports: A Blueprint for Engagement & Recruitment

Confirmed speakers contain:

  • Billy Sprout, Director of Collegiate Esports, Mainline
  • John Daniel Depa, Two-Time Emmy Award Profitable Esports Broadcast Producer
  • Che Chou, Senior Director of Esports, Ubisoft
  • Damon Lau, Head of Esports, United Expertise Company
  • Doug Scott, Co-Founder & Chief Controlling Director, Subnation Media
  • Jaci Hays, Main Functions Officer, FaZe Clan
  • Brett Marks, Affiliate Director, Organization Growth & Gaming Guide, Columbia Data
  • Travis Lynn, Head Esports Coach, Shawnee Condition College
  • Jeffrey Schick
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Peloton Equity Announces the Launch of Journey Health & Lifestyle Brands

GREENWICH, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Peloton Equity, LLC (“Peloton”) announced today that it recently entered into a partnership with a management team led by Harvey Diamond, Richard Kolodny, Mitchell Yoel and Charles Valentine to launch Journey Health & Lifestyle Brands (the “Company”). The Company, headquartered in Richmond, Virginia, will develop and acquire direct-to-consumer, premium branded health and lifestyle products and services for senior consumers. The Company’s formation occurred concurrently with the acquisition of firstSTREET for Boomers and Beyond, Inc. (“FirstStreet”).

FirstStreet represents the initial acquisition of the Company, and its family of senior-focused brands is now unified under the Journey Health & Lifestyle umbrella. These brands include the Perfect Sleep Chair®, Zinger®, Zoomer™, Perfect Walker®, WOW! Computer™, UpBed™ and many more. These brands offer innovative products that provide customers an enhanced quality of life and enable them to continue safely, independently, and gracefully on their “journey” in life.

Mr. Diamond and Mr. Kolodny were co-founders of Drive Medical (“Drive”), a leading manufacturer of healthcare products that were distributed in over 100 countries worldwide. While at Drive, they completed more than 25 acquisitions and grew the business to nearly a $1 billion in revenue. Drive was sold to Clayton, Dubilier & Rice in 2017. The predecessor firm to Peloton Equity, Ferrer Freeman, was the lead investor in Drive. Mitchell Yoel, a close associate of Mr. Diamond’s and Mr. Kolodny’s for nearly 15 years, and most recently SVP of Global Commercial Operations at Drive, is Journey Health & Lifestyle’s new CEO. Charles Valentine, a former Discovery Communications executive and direct-to-consumer retail consultant is the Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer.

“Rich and I have watched the shifting dynamics in the healthcare sector for years, and we believe strongly in the growing opportunity to bring innovative, premium products and services directly to seniors,” said

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