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Renault eyeing big name for 2019 season

Renault are hoping that an even stronger 2018 season will allow them to muscle in their way into the driver market and potentially attract a big name. Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz Jr will lead the charge for Renault next season, but Sainz has only initially been acquired on a season-long loan from the Red Bull family. As it stands, there are a whole host of driver contracts expiring at the end of the 2018 season with Sebastian Vettel the only notable driver who has an extended multi-year deal. 'The driver market is important and we are in position for the end of 2018 when it is a little bit open for discussion,' Renault team advisor Alain Prost told Sky F1. 'At the end of 2018 there...
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