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Abiteboul: Disappointed our car is not top of the midfield

As much as Ferrari disappointed with their AWOL performance at the Australian Grand Prix, Formula 1 fans were also let down by the Renault team who were also underwhelming in Melbourne. Fastest qualifier with Renault power was young McLaren rookie Lando Norris who made it into Q3 where he popped the eight fastest time – 1.8 seconds shy of the top time with ‘Party-Mode' maxed out. His teammate Carlos Sainz and both Renault works drivers were stranded in Q2, a huge 1.5 seconds off the pole-winning pace. Nico Hulkenberg saved face by finishing seventh, albeit well over a lap behind the leader, but this result flattered what was a well below-par start to the season for the French...
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