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Renault won't accept Mercedes, Ferrari deficit in 2019

Renault team principal Cyril Abiteboul will not accept the French marque failing to match the power output of Mercedes and Ferrari in the 2019 Formula 1 season. Red Bull have ditched long-term partners Renault for Honda next year after growing impatient with an inability to keep the pace. Renault powered Red Bull's run of F1 dominance from 2010-2013, but Mercedes have taken over as the leader in the power stakes since the dawning of the V6 Hybrid era. The Renault works team has made steady progress since returning to F1 in 2016 and finished fourth in the constructors' championship in 2018, albeit some way adrift of Red Bull. Although Abiteboul accepts his team still have progress to make on...
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