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Abiteboul: Renault F1 success a question of when, not if

Cyril Abiteboul insists it is just a matter of time before Renault secures the “technical breakthrough” it needs to reach its former levels of success in Formula 1.  The French manufacturer finished inside the top four of the constructors’ championship last year for the first time since returning to the sport as a full-blown works outfit in 2016. Renault has not scored a podium as yet in the V6 hybrid era and last won a race at the 2008 Japanese Grand Prix, following its greatest period of sustained success when it claimed championship doubles in 2005 and 2006.  While Renault is keen to avoiding setting fixed goals for the upcoming 2019 season in the knowledge that breaking F1’s...
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