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Renault must ‘reset’ before European season

Renault must undertake a “reset” prior to the start of Formula 1’s European season, in the wake of a disappointing opening quartet of races in 2019. Renault entered the campaign with the target of pulling away from the midfield group of cars and in turn closing the deficit to Formula 1’s leading three teams. But it holds only seventh position in the Constructors’ Championship amid a lack of performance and reliability. In Azerbaijan, Daniel Ricciardo retired after making contact with Daniil Kvyat while Nico Hulkenberg struggled for pace through the weekend and finished as the last non-Williams runner, almost half a minute behind nearest rival Kevin Magnussen....
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