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Renault targets McLaren's fourth, but mindful of 2021 ‘blank page'

Renault must target taking back fourth in the championship from McLaren, according to boss Cyril Abiteboul, without compromising its long-term Formula 1 programme. Renault returned to Formula 1 as a works team in 2016 and improved from ninth, to sixth, and then fourth in the Constructors’ Championship. But last year it slipped to fifth in the standings, behind McLaren, and only finished two points clear of Toro Rosso. “2019 was a challenging year, but not without its merits,” said Abiteboul. “It provided a reminder of what it takes to succeed in this sport and the high level of competition. ADVERTISEMENT “More specifically, last season enabled us to take stock of our strengths...
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