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Verstappen: Renault should have enough parts on the shelf

Max Verstappen has taken a swipe at Renault by suggesting that the power unit supplier has run out of spare parts for their current engines which forced Red Bull to err on the side of caution at the Brazilian Grand Prix by turning the engine down for the race. Reliability appears to have gotten worse for the Renault powered brigade, with numerous engine related failures in the past three races. Forcing the manufacturer to inform their customers to down-tune their engines. With Renault focusing firmly on 2018, Verstappen accepts the reasoning but at the same time questions why the lack of spare parts. Speaking to De Telegraaf, Verstappen said, 'On the one hand I can understand that. But on...
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