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Abiteboul: We're level with Ferrari and Mercedes in the race

Daniel Ricciardo and Nico Hulkenberg can expect to be back on full power from Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix after Renault fixed a fundamental engine problem that has slowed them in recent races. Team principal Cyril Abiteboul told reporters the engine was now back at the level seen at the start of the season and Renault hoped to be able to match the top teams at least on power. 'There will be another step from this weekend onwards, so basically we are back to the competitiveness level of the engine at the season start, which was really strong,' he said. 'From our analysis, we see we are now the same level as Ferrari and Mercedes in the race, and behind Ferrari in qualifying.' Abiteboul said...
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