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Renault ‘too aggressive’ in push to improve F1 power unit

Renault Formula 1 chief Cyril Abiteboul has conceded the French manufacturer has been “too aggressive” to improve its power unit, resulting in a lack of reliability and recurring issues across the course of the 2017 season. Renault customer teams Red Bull and Toro Rosso were left frustrated by a number of problems that sidelined their cars on a regular basis late in the year, while the works Renault outfit also encountered similar issues. Red Bull has stressed the need for improvements from Renault in 2018 if it is to return to the front of the field, while incoming customer McLaren is also eager for a chance to fight with a reliable, capable power unit. Related Articles Debate of the...
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