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Renault Sport admits performance was 'unacceptable' at Jerez

Red Bull was hardest hit with just 21 laps in four days PA Images Enlarge Renault Sport has admitted its power unit problems at Jerez this week have been "unacceptable" but is confident it will be able to fix the problem by the next test in Bahrain. Renault Sport-powered teams have struggled to get their cars running reliably this week and have not been able to get close to the pace and mileage of their Mercedes- and Ferrari-engined rivals. In total the three Renault Sport-powered cars - Red Bull, Toro Rosso and Caterham - completed 151 laps, while Mercedes' four teams completed 875 laps and Ferrari's three teams notched up 444 laps. When the Renault Sport-powered did get on...
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