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Renault not setting fixed 'x or y' targets for F1 2019

Renault Formula 1 team boss Cyril Abiteboul insists his outfit is not getting fixated on setting specific targets for 2019, but is instead aiming to continue its “trajectory of progression”.  The French manufacturer secured its best result since returning to F1 as a full works squad by claiming fourth place in the 2018 constructors’ championship, behind only Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull.  With F1’s top three teams expected to retain their performance advantage over the rest of the field this season despite the introduction of a revised set of aerodynamic regulations, Renault remains committed to its long-term plan of returning to winning ways.  5774263478001 CrashTV: ...
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