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Renault engines 'not running at an acceptable level'

Renault Sport F1′s Rob White has conceded that the teams that the French manufacturer powers have not been able to complete an acceptable amount of running at the first pre-season test in Jerez due to a number of problems with the power units. Renault-powered teams Caterham, Toro Rosso and Red Bull completed just 151 laps in total, compared to 444 for Ferrari and 875 laps for Mercedes engines. The defending world champions suffered a number of failures that prompted the team to pack up early in Jerez, with Christian Horner and Adrian Newey leaving Spain one day early in order to return to Red Bull HQ in Milton Keynes and assess the situation. White (deputy managing director at...
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